Huawei has unveiled the third iteration of its foldable smartphone, abandoning its previous designs and taking some inspiration from South Korean tech giant Galaxy Samsung .
Reportedly, the phone has been described as the best folding phone so far but it still lacks Google services.
For the time being, the company may be experiencing some difficulty in its smartphone arm but apparently it has not lost its Midas touch.
Huawei is about to launch its third foldable smartphone as the Chinese tech giant recently released the Mate X2 foldable smartphone, a successor to the first-gen Mate X foldable which was released in 2019.
The company is releasing Mate X2 this year, with reasonable price as compare to others, targeting the entry-level segment to spur demand. However, any specific pricing for Huawei’s upcoming phones have not been disclosed.
This time, the foldable screen on the Mate X2 is protected inside the phone.
Undergoing different tests including scratch, burn and bend tests, the Mate X2 proved to withstand some of the torturous processes.
During the scratch test, the android showed a tempered glass covering as it scratches at level 6 with deeper grooves at level 7.
As per the bend test, Huawei has apparently gotten the build quality right.
If Huawei can undercut the competition they could gain a substantial lead over competitors like Samsung.
Galaxy has witnessed impressive success with its Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip line of phones.