New Huawei Mate X3 is One of the Lightest Foldable Phones: Although Samsung initially dominated the foldable phone market with its early products, the Honor Magic Vs and the upcoming Huawei Mate X3 have begun to tilt the balance of power in the industry. Foldables are designed to maximize the amount of display area that can be stored in a pocket, and Huawei’s latest for China focuses on achieving this goal while also minimizing the device’s overall bulk.
Many manufacturers may seem to overlook weight in their pursuit of longevity, sturdiness, and novelty. Foldables will always have a weight problem, what with all the materials and engineering that go into making them. The new Huawei Mate X3 has an excellent set of hardware and weighs only 239 grams, which is somewhat more than the Oppo Find N2 (233 grams) but 10% lighter than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4.
The Mate X3 doesn’t sound like it skimps on features in order to achieve its lightweight. The 7.85-inch LCD is housed in a teardrop-shaped housing that is water-resistant to the IPX8 standard. The resolution of the large display, when unfolded, is virtually square at 2496 × 2224 pixels, while the resolution of the smaller cover display, at 2504 x 1080 pixels, preserves a taller 20.9:9 aspect ratio.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Processor, 12GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of internal storage are all provided by Huawei for this smartphone. To keep things going, a 4,800mAh battery is included, and 66W wired charging compatibility, together with 50W wireless charging support, should significantly cut down on recharging times.
Apart from the standard 8-megapixel front- and rear-facing cameras, Huawei’s foldable flagship also features a 50-megapixel (f/1.8) main camera, a 13-megapixel (f/2.2) ultrawide, and a 12-megapixel (f/2.4) telephoto lens for zooming in on distant objects.
Like other recent Huawei phones, including the P20 Pro and P20 Lite, the Mate X3 lacks a 5G connection since Huawei doesn’t have access to the necessary modems due to US sanctions against the business. As if those setbacks weren’t enough, SamMobile notes that Huawei may have been dishonest regarding the Mate X3’s bezels. Many Twitter users have complained that the display’s bezels are much thicker in reality than they seem in the company’s promotional materials and at the launch event itself.
Huawei has only officially launched the Mate X3 in China so yet, and there has been no word on whether or not the device will be made available elsewhere. There is a 256GB model available for CNY 12,999 ($1,906), a 512GB model for CNY 13,999 ($2,052), and a 1TB model for CNY 15,999 ($2,345). The lack of 5G and Google apps makes it seem doubtful that this will ever happen on the other side of the world, but anything is possible.
Details about the Huawei Mate X3 (rumored)
DCS has not yet revealed the dimensions of the Mate X3’s displays, but he has confirmed that the inside display would feature a 2K resolution. The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor will be found within. The current US sanctions may prevent the device from including support for 5G connectivity.
According to the rumor mill, the Mate X3 will have a 4,800mAh battery that is compatible with 66W fast charging. A Sony IMX766 camera with 50 megapixels will be the highlight of the device’s rear camera island. It will have help from an ultra-wide angle lens (Sony IMX688) and a periscope zoom camera (Sony IMX351).
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The Huawei Mate X3 will almost certainly be equipped with HarmonyOS 5.0. The Mate X3 could also feature satellite connectivity, as suggested in a recent report. According to recent reports, manufacture of the Mate X3 will begin in March, suggesting that its release might come as early as the second quarter.
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