Huawei Mate X Hands-On: The Folding Phone Is The Future

Seeing a folding phone from a distance is, at first, a flurry of confusion. It just doesn’t seem possible that a large tablet can be transformed into a small rectangular smartphone by literally *folding it in half.* And while holding it in your own hands should convince you that it’s a reality, it’s still somehow easier to believe that your senses are lying to you. But the Huawei Mate X is a very real product that you’ll soon be able to buy (for a very high price) … and if it delivers on even half its potential, it might just change smartphones as we know them. Join me for a hands-on with the Huawei Mate X – MrMobile’s Best of MWC 2019 Award winner!



Huawei Mate X Impressions [Android Central]:


MrMobile’s Huawei Mate X Hands-On was produced following 30 minutes with a Huawei Mate X review device during a press briefing at #MWC19 in Barcelona. Preproduction device running pre-release software.


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25 Replies to “Huawei Mate X Hands-On: The Folding Phone Is The Future”


    I can't believe how stupid people are in this comment section, their reasoning for the ban of Huawei is to prevent them kicking APPLE'S ASS? That argument would have a point if not for the fact that SAMSUNG PHONES ARE ALLOWED and they are better quality and worth the money compared to APPLE ? It's for security reasons dumb ass, just cause you can't have the phone you should cry like a btch. When your country is caring for your security you guys act like spoiled teenagers, letting bad influence(China's spyware) in just cause they offer cheaper and arguably better phones than Apple?

  2. Vaden Rade

    this reminds me of the 3d tvs that failed, the future is NOT expensive useless things as this plastic rucked tablet, but good and cheap smartphones that give billions of people connectivity and profits to the corporations

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