Huawei’s foldable Mate X could launch before September

Huawei’s foldable Mate X could launch before September

Samsung Electronics has sold more than one million units of the 5G-enabled version of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10, in South Korea.

The White House issued a stay on the ban until mid-August, allowing American companies to better prepare for breaking up ties with Huawei and betting on continued talks with China's trade negotiation team. Now the company has announced that it will be launching Huawei Mate X in September this year.

The tipster Steve H McFly says that the device everyone is referring as the Galaxy A90 with the model number SM-A90X will be launched as the new Galaxy R series. Overall, it appears - on the surface at least - to be a step up from both the Galaxy Fold and the original Mate X design. This will be on the same line as the Samsung much-anticipated Galaxy Fold phone.

The Samsung Galaxy M40 is priced in India for Rs. 19,990, and the phone is accessible in a solitary 6GB + 128GB storage variation. The reasons behind the delay are unknown though.

The foldable Huawei Mate X is still coming and we know when it'll launch: September or sooner, according to a Huawei executive.

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That last claim seems to be another culprit behind the Mate X's delayed release.

On the imaging front, the Samsung Galaxy M40 has a triple rear camera setup that houses a 32-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 lens, 5-megapixel sensor, and 8-megapixel sensor with a ultra-wide-angle lens. The sidebar helps in giving a full-screen display without a notch.

If true, this will prove an odd move for Samsung, which has long included microSD expansion options in its premium smartphones. The new device will have a metal housing and is expected to be thin. The buttons are also placed in a different manner compared to the X Mate model.

What is even more fascinating is the missing charging port in these sketches.

Though Kim is not an employee of Samsung Electronics but is the firm's display manufacturing arm and is being worked very closely along with Fold team to confirm the matter.