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Huawei Set To Release Upgrade On Mate X Fold, See P40 Specs

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Huawei will be releasing an improved version of its Mate X foldable smartphone next year. It will come with a better hinge, tougher screen, and faster processor.


Huawei Mate X Photo: Vlad Savov / The Verge.


While speaking to Frandroid during a trip to Huawei’s headquarters, the company’s consumer business leader, Richard Yu has released some of the details. Huawei also wants to bring the current Mate X to Europe, probably in the first quarter of 2020.


The Mate X came out last month, and it’s currently sold in China for $2,400. Half of the foldable screen can flip around back so that you have a screen on both sides when it’s folded closed. This design has made it one of the leading options during the debut year of folding phones.

Others like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, have had much more visible hinges that create gaps and creases in the design.

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With the arrival of Motorola’s new Razr, it seems that the foldable phone is the next evolution of smartphones. Companies like Samsung will most likely have to consolidate their existing designs. The focus will be on delivering more quality, solid products than the very fragile units they put out this year.


There are also some details leaked about Huawei’s next flagship, the P40. According to Frandroid, the phone will improve its already excellent photo quality and have a better performance. More notably, Yu says the phone will have a new and seemingly unique design.


OnLeaks and 91mobiles have published design mock-ups showing a rectangular camera housing, much like we’re seeing on leaks of upcoming Samsung phones.


Huawei’s P40 Pro is said to have a display that curves at the edges, and its metal back comes up around the corners of the display, perhaps as protection from drops.


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