The Huawei Mate X was revealed in February but the initial launch was delayed to fix the device further.
By Airyl Jaszly
Since then, we haven’t really heard much about the device’s launch date, though there have been plenty of rumors and leaks. Now however, it seems like we’re finally closing in on the final release as Huawei‘s Alex Zhang shares the device’s 5G capabilities online.
Alex used the Huawei Mate X to test 5G speed in Wuzhen. The image shows that the Mate X achieves download speeds of up to 750Mbps, quite impressive.
The Mate X is the industry’s first 5G dual-mode smartphone that supports NSA and SA as well as dual sim card dual standby. Also quite importantly, the device is compatible with the mainstream 5G/4G network standards worldwide.
Looking at what we can see, the Mate X still features an eagle-wing folding design with a four-layer structure: the top layer is a polymer screen protector, the second layer is a flexible flexible screen, and the third layer is a soft support sheet. The bottom layer is the shaft, which serves as the core of Mate X keeping it functional and solid.
The official render emphasizes that Mate X maintains a fully symmetrical, full-screen shape, whether in a folded or unfolded state, thanks to the cover design of the hinge part. More