Technology has never been truly used in any of the tech gadgets. And this is what happened with the Samsung’s Samsung Galaxy F Mobile Phone. The phone is in complete rumor since the end of the last year and now it’s quite ready unfold the foldable mobile phone. But Samsung isn’t the only one to deploy their Foldable Mobile Phone. Huawei has just made it clear that it’ll be releasing their World’s First Foldable Mobile Phone called Huawei Mate X. This will be the World’s First Ever Mobile Phone to have a 5g Connections with it, that you can fold or unfold.
As per the leaked image, first covered by the SlashLeaks shows a banner of Huawei Mate X Mobile Phone. The Mobile Phone affordably most astonishing one after the Samsung Galaxy F Mobile Phone. Obviously, the Mate X looks pretty good enough than the Samsung Galaxy F Mobile Phone.
The Mate X has a squared structure and can folded from the middle of the whole. This could be converted from a Tablet like structure to Mobile Phone with almost 0% bezel at the screen.
Huawei will be launching this Mobile Phone today itself at CES Barcelona. CES is the tech fest for all the budding gadgets. Its organized, managed and owned by the Consumer Technology Association(CTA). Serving and craving for the latest technological advancements that made it for the 50 years.
While talking of the latest Mate X Mobile Phone, the design seems to be a killer from the Chinese Makers, Huawei. The display has a single bezel panel at the left of the device that perfectly covers up 6 cameras and a fingerprint sensor. No notch design could be found on this device.
Unlike this, there’s no such confirmation of the specs of the device has been released by the Mate X makers. So you need to wait for the device to unveil it’s session at the CES conference that is going to happen today itself.
The device will most probably be unveiling for today itself at the CES session going to held in Barcelona, Spain. And most importantly the device will be available with 5g Connections but for the limited countries curbing down service providers. But soon or later the device will bear with it the 5g connections enhancing the speed of connectivity.
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