The Huawei Mate X offers a 6.6-inch OLED display which after opening the foldable design, transforms into an 8-inch OLED tablet-like screen. It also comes with a 6.38-inch screen at the back which can also be used to multi-task.
A prominent groove runs across the length of the phone at the back which houses the camera setup, at the end of which is the USB Type-C port.
The phone does not have any notch, nor does it come with a front camera. For security, the fingerprint sensor has been embedded into the power button on the side. The biggest innovation what the company feels is its “Falcon Wing” design which ensures there is no gap between the two screens of the phone when it is completely folded.
The Mate X is running on the latest Kirin 980 chipset and comes with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of in-built storage. The multiple screens on the Mate X allows a user to multi-task and that indeed is the biggest USP of this phone. The folding display allows users to make use of the rear camera as a selfie camera.
The Mate X comes with a dual battery setup inside worth 4,500mAh. The Huawei Mate X has been priced at 2,299 euros (roughly Rs. 1.86 lakhs) and will be available in the middle of 2019.