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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Huawei Rivals Samsung With The Release Of "Mate X" Folding Smartphone

Huawei Technologies unveiled a $2,600 folding smartphone on Sunday, just days after Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled their own folding smartphone priced at nearly $2,000.
The Chinese company made this phone even as the United States campaigns to bar them from such networks over security concerns.

Huawei, the world’s second-largest smartphone vendor after Samsung, said it had taken the lead on developing phones for 5G, which promise super fast internet speeds for consumers and businesses.
Speaking ahead of the mobile industry's biggest global event on Monday, the Head of Huawei’s consumer business group Richard Yu said the Huawei Mate X will have two back-to-back screens which unfold to become an eight-inch tablet display, and also the phone comes with the highest internet speed in the world and will be able to download 1G movie in three seconds.

He said: "This phone is not only for today for 5G but also for future 5G. On all the benchmarks you can see the performance, the speed is the fastest for 5G in the world, and would be able to download a 1-gigabyte movie in three seconds”

The phone will be priced at 2,299 euros ($2,607) when it goes on sale later this year, setting a new upper limit for consumer smartphones.

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Here's a look at Huawei's new Mate X foldable phone. one of the most expensive smartphones ever released. pic.twitter.com/6dMrkHUPwV

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