China’s smartphone company Huawei is preparing to launch its first foldable phone, Huawei Mate X successor. The company will launch two foldable phones named Huawei Mate Xs and Huawei Mate X2 in this series. Kirin 990 5G processor will be used in Mate Xs. This phone can be launched at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2020).

Galaxy Fold can be like design:

The company will launch Mate X2 in the third quarter of 2020. This phone will be equipped with Kirin 1000 processor. In one of his Twitter posts, a tipster claimed that the design of the phone could be similar to Samsung’s Galaxy fold.

The CEO has also confirmed

Earlier, in an interview, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Technologies Consumer Business Group, confirmed that the company is preparing to bring mate X’s successor. The upgraded version of Huawei’s folding phone Mate X will come with a much better design and hinge (phone capture), a much stronger screen and faster processor than the regional model introduced at the Mobile World Congress this year.

Mate X not launched in India

The current model of Huawei’s folding phone Mate X has not yet come to markets like India and the US. It has also not been confirmed on behalf of the company as to when this smartphone will be launched in India.

OnePlus also bringing foldable phones

OnePlus will introduce its first concept smartphone at CES 2020 in January next year. It is named OnePlus Concept One. The company has said that the device will show the future of the smartphone, i.e., how the smartphones will be in the coming time. Now new information about concept one smartphone has come to the fore. The recent report of Korean media claims that the concept one could be a folding phone.

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