The Chinese company Huawei continues to be under pressure from US sanctions. But despite all the problems that plague Huawei, it continues to release new smartphones. For example, the company is currently working on its next foldable device.
Huawei already has three foldable smartphones — the Mate X, Mate Xs and Mate X2. But she is not going to stop there and is preparing her new smartphone with a flexible screen for release. The novelty, according to the authoritative Chinese insider Digital Chat Station, will become part of the Mate X series. Its official premiere will take place in February next year. It is possible that the new foldable smartphone will debut alongside the long-awaited flagship Huawei Mate 50 line, whose launch has been delayed.
The source notes that Huawei is currently testing an OLED display and an embedded fingerprint reader for the next generation of its foldable devices. As expected, the display of the new smartphone Mate X will be made using the proprietary technology Samsung Display POL-LESS OLED, which will increase the brightness by 20-30%.
By the way, the successor to the Huawei Mate X2 is not the only foldable smartphone the Korean company is currently working on. She is also developing a folding smartphone in the form of a clamshell, which will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. The novelty is likely to appear on the market under the name Huawei Mate V and will be based on the proprietary HiSilicon Kirin 9000 chipset with a 4G modem. According to rumors, this model may debut at the end of this year, but the exact dates are still unknown, as well as the technical characteristics.