Today, Huawei released a new 5G folding screen phone Mate Xs in Barcelona, which is an upgraded version of Mate X. It comes with the 5G SoC Kirin 990 5G, while improving the hinge structure and strength of the folding screen.
It is reported that the entire hinge system of Huawei Mate Xs uses a variety of special materials and special manufacturing processes. Zirconium-based liquid metal is used in key parts of the eagle wing structure. The strength of this material is no worse than that of titanium alloy, which makes the hinge more reliable.
When the screen of the Mate Xs is freely switched between the folded state and the unfolded state, its eagle-wing hinge structure operates accurately. It can ensure the non-destructive and smooth experience between the screen opening and closing. This will allow the phone to unfold and fold to truly achieve an integrated perfect folding form.
The folding screen of Huawei Mate Xs uses double-layer aerospace-grade polyimide flexible material film. The price of this special material is more than 3 times that of gold. And the strength is 80% higher than that of a single layer.
Huawei uses a self-developed double-layered polymer structure to aggregate two precious films together through flexible optical glue. It makes the screen display clear and sharp, saturated and bright, and also safe and durable.
In terms of configuration, the Huawei Mate Xs is upgraded to the Kirin 990 5G SoC. The battery capacity is 4500mAh, and it supports 55W fast charge. Due to it, the phone can be charged 85% in 30 minutes.
On the back, it carries a photosensitive Leica quad-camera imaging system. It includes a 40-megapixel (27mm, f / 1.RYYB) super-sensitive lens, an 8-megapixel (80mm, f / 2.4, OIS) telephoto lens, a 16-megapixel (17mm, f / 2.2), and a ToF camera (support professional-level blur effect). The camera supports IOS 204800 ultra-high sensitivity, 45x zoom range (3x optical, 30x digital), and OSI + AIS combination.
The Huawei Mate Xs 5G (8GB + 512GB) is priced at 2499 Euros. It will be officially launched on March 5.