MWC might have been canceled on account of increasing coronavirus issues, but the celebration still went on for Huawei (albeit to what appears to have been a mostly empty room). A year after wowing crowds with the Mate X, the company is introducing the Mate Xs.
Rather than a proper successor, the gadget appears to be the result of Huawei’s choice to return to the drawing board, following Samsung’s very public problems with its own initial foldable.
The style looks almost similar to the initial variation of the phone– which is a pro. Honestly, the one significant drawback of the gadget (aside from a lofty price) is the fact that it never fully shown up, outside of what seems a fairly small batch offering in China.
Like Samsung, Huawei’s update focused a lot on the hinge; with increased mechanical elements, the product should be more rugged than the original.
Now that foldables have arrived, it seems Huawei is finally all set to take the leap. Naturally, one ought not forget the business’s continuous issues here in the States that will not just make it more difficult to procure here, however likewise blocks access to Android apps and services. That will continue to be a significant concern for the company’s products, moving forward.
Cost, too, will continue to be a concern, at around $2,700 when it goes up for sale in certain markets next month.