It was reported recently that Huawei has ramped up the mass production of its foldable Huawei Mate X, and that it will launch in China later this month. That is according to an unofficial report, but now, we know when the embattled Chinese firm will be dropping its foldable Mate X for its home market.
A fresh report from out of China, though still unconfirmed suggests Huawei will announce the Foldable Huawei Mate X for the Chinese market in a press event on October 23 in China with pre-sales starting on the same day and the first sales are planned for the first week of November.
Huawei has yet to officially reveal the Mate X China launch date. But the firm had earlier hinted that the device will be launching in China between September and November this year. So October 23, isn’t exactly out of the equation. Only recently, the Huawei Mate X surfaced in an unboxing video uploaded to Youtube with a packing similar to what you had expected from the Chinese firms. The device itself, however, has been given a slight touch.
It now somewhat looks different from the Mate X initially unveiled earlier this year. To be precise, the Mate X now includes a button to unlock the folding display, you can hit this page for a quick look at the said video.
Besides the unboxing video, reports have it that the Huawei MateX will now come with some updated internals. It is now said to have dropped the Kirin 980 SoC for the Kirin 990, while the cameras have now been upgraded to include a TOF sensor.