Huawei Mate X3: The World’s Lightest Foldable Phone Makes Its First Sale!

Huawei Mate X3

Did you ever think that a foldable phone could be lighter than the iPhone 14 Pro Max? No? Well, Huawei Mate X3 is here to prove you wrong. The phone is not only lighter than all of the foldable phones out there, but it is also lighter than regular phones as well.

Nonetheless, the good news is that the world’s lightest phone is making its way to the first sale in its home ground. In China, it comes in two different versions. Soft screen and glass screen, which is basically the Collector’s Edition. And soon after this first sale event, the phone will reach global consumers in May.

Detailed Look at the Huawei Mate X3 Build Quality

So, how did Huawei manage to lower the overall heft of the Mate X3? Well, the Chinese manufacturer focused primarily on the weight of the screen and the body material. The first one saw a decrease of 28%, while the latter decreased by 20%. To be exact, the total weight of the device is just 239 grams.

Huawei Mate X3 Kunlun Glass
Mate X3 Kunlun Glass

For reference, the iPhone 14 Pro Max is 240 grams. Yes, the 1-gram difference with the Huawei Mate X3 might not look much. However, you need to consider that the X3 is foldable. And if you compare it with Galaxy Z Fold 4, the weight difference will be much more noticeable.

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Huawei Mate X3
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Moreover, Huawei worked with the thickness of the Mate X3. When it is unfolded, it is just 5.3mm thick. This compact nature of the phone will make it easier for you to carry the phone around in your pocket.

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Huawei Mate X3 Color Options
Mate X3 Color Options

Now, just because the weight of the Mate X3 is low, it doesn’t mean that Huawei skimped in the internals. Instead, Huawei has packed flagship-grade components. And if you are interested, the starting price in China is 12999 yuan (1890 USD).

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