The Chinese company “Huawei” has unveiled its foldable smartphone with a higher and more advanced display, in the hope of convincing consumers to purchase the new product.
“The price is 2499 euros, or 2709 dollars, and it will be sold around the world as of next March,” Sales Director Richard Yu said at the new phone launch ceremony.
The new product comes a year after the Chinese technology giant launched the first foldable phone, which has an eight-inch screen size after the opening.
Huawei Mate Xs is official with Kirin 990 5G, improved hinge
The Huawei Mate Xs has a 40MP f / 1.8 main shooter, 8MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens with OIS and 16MP f / 2.2 ultrawide snapper.
The price of the 8 / 512GB phone is € 2,499. pic.twitter.com/hYDDPzNV7D
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The device was put up for sale only in China last November, and the company immediately embarked on developing the design.
The new (Mate XS) phone has the same display size, but Huawei says, “The screen has become stronger and equipped with a better movement mechanism that makes the device more durable.”
Huawei’s XS XS foldable phone will come on February 24 with 65W watts of charging, and the conference will be online due to the Corona Covid 19 virus. pic.twitter.com/hZ3OGqXqHR
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And the new device will lack the Android operating system with an official copy of Google after the United States practically banned its companies from providing Huawei with that software last year.