On March 23 in China, Huawei will debut the Mate X3 foldable phone at an event that starts at 2:30 PM local time. Ross Young, CEO of DSCC, has provided some info about the Huawei Mate X3 display. However, it is essential to note that this is not an official report. At the moment, Huawei is yet to unveil any official info about this device.
Young claims that the foldable screen on the Huawei Mate X3 will be 7.85″, which is 0.15″ smaller than the foldable screen on the Mate X2. However, the cover display’s diagonal will remain the same at 6.45″. The foldable phone will, according to the DSCC CEO, be Huawei’s first mobile phone to use Ultra Thin Glass (UTG), with displays made by BOE.
Huawei Mate X3 foldable to launch next week. 7.85" foldable display, 6.45" cover display. LTPO. UTG. Huawei's first phone with UTG. Initial production and target volume are high.
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) March 16, 2023
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In the days preceding the March 23 event, where Huawei will also unveil the P60 series, further info about the coming flagship Huawei Mate X3 will officially hit the web. Until then, keep a tab with us and we will update you on any vital information.
Huawei Mate X3 satellite communication feature
Previous reports state that Huawei’s next-gen satellite communications tech includes three routes. Short-term voice calls, voice text messages, and two-way text messaging are all included in this tech.
When there is no terrestrial network, the prior satellite communication tech in the Huawei Mate 50 series only provides one-way message sending. On the basis of the Mate 50 series, the Huawei Mate X3 may improve voice communications and two-way mutual sending. The SMS feature furthers the function of satellite communication and enables the sender to quickly look for help in an emergency.
The Beidou satellite communication feature is currently supported by both the Huawei Mate 50 series and Mate Xs 2. Once, Yu Chengdong said: “Even though we hardly ever utilize this feature in daily life, it might be useful at some point in our lives. Its presence during vital moments is crucial.”