Exit soon: folding Huawei Mate X appeared in the TENAA database

Back at the end of February, Huawei introduced its first folding smartphone Mate X. However, its sales are still

did not start: after the failure of the competitor Samsung Galaxy Fold, Huawei decided to conduct additional tests and postpone the launch of the new product.

But it seems that the testing was successful and the release of the Mate X is just around the corner, as the smartphone has appeared in the database of the China Telecommunications Equipment Certification Authority (TENAA).

What is known

So, unlike the Galaxy Fold, Huawei MateX folds out with the screen facing out. When unfolded, it is a large 8-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2480x2200 pixels. When folded, there are two screens: a 6.6-inch with a resolution of 2480x1148 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a 6.38-inch display with a resolution of 2480x892 pixels and an aspect ratio of 25:9.

Inside, there is a Kirin 980 processor with a Balong 5000 modem for 5G support. RAM 6, 8, 12 GB, internal memory - 128/256/512 GB. Triple camera (40+16+8 megapixels).

It is also known from TENAA thatOut of the box, the smartphone will receive Android 9 OS, most likely with the EMUI 9.1 shell. A 4,400 mAh battery with support for SuperCharge fast charging up to 55 W is responsible for autonomy.

The exact cost of Huawei Mate X is still unknown, but the smartphone is credited with a price tag of around 2,500 thousand dollars.