Huawei Mate X will launch in September, company spokesperson confirms

14 June 2019
Huawei wants to make sure that the Mate X is truly ready for consumers.

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  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 15 Jun 2019To be fair, plastic is very very easy to shatter.... Some peo... moreHow can a soft material be brittle? Please go and revise your science concepts.

  • Anonymous

So they had intended to release it when it was not truely ready. Had it not been Samsung that saved them, they could have pile up another blow to the current one they have.

  • Anonymous

In my opinion, this phone gonna be launch on next year because they are find out way to reduce the selling price furthermore and wait for new OS.

  • a

are we a joke to you huawei?

This phone will never launch. It's a DOA design.
At least the can blame Trump now when they cancel it.

Note7 owner, 15 Jun 2019This phone is a bump away from a shattered screen. I hope they use Motorolas Shatterproff protection which is the best way to make device complete durable with its folding screen.
And hope for a shappireglass which will pass jerryrig everything screen durrability tests and wont scratches at level 6-7-8.

Anonymous, 15 Jun 2019The exposed plastic screen makes it a failure even before release.Maybe they wuill use shatterproof protection like motorola phones had.

  • Anonymous

Note7 owner, 15 Jun 2019This phone is a bump away from a shattered screen. To be fair, plastic is very very easy to shatter....

Some people just chat nonsense I swear, smdh

Anonymous, 15 Jun 2019Running Hongmeng OS?No

ProJames-CHM, 15 Jun 2019I think it doesn't work that way since Huawei will release the N... moreAs far as I know every rebranding has to be certified

No HongMeng? I was looking forward to it. September though, tough competition. IFA 2019 will have a lot of competitor. I have my eyes on the Lenovo foldable laptop as well.

ProJames-CHM, 15 Jun 2019I think it doesn't work that way since Huawei will release the N... moreI'm no lawyer, but judging on what the other guy said, he's actually pretty right. Every device either released until August 18th can still launch with Android. What he's wrong about is the reason for stalling. It's likely they want to be more cautious following the Fold Fiasco and need to put more resources towards dealing with the ban

I wish them all the best, but I'm more interested in a foldable device with Stylus support (preferably S pen support from Samsung).

  • Anonymous

BigDisplay, 15 Jun 2019Better wait and be safe and sell something good to the customers... moreSending demo units for people to try out? Good thing they ended up doing it to fix issues. Huawei might of done a close beta out of fear of embarrassment, cowards. Jk who cares you need to get life lmao

Note7 owner, 15 Jun 2019This phone is a bump away from a shattered screen. shattered - no
scratches - yes

  • Anonymous

The exposed plastic screen makes it a failure even before release.

  • s-pen pusher

Note7 owner, 15 Jun 2019This phone is a bump away from a shattered screen. no screen to break on a bump because the screen is made of pliable plastic. it is more subject to damage from the same factors that the galaxy fold encountered- the screen itself breaking from peeling off part of it or foreign material being lodged between the foldable screen and hard material base. if you are referring to the fact that the screen is exposed all the time while being made of plastic, it will be prone instead to scratches, not breakage.

NotAnOpinion, 15 Jun 2019Announced doesn't equals to released. The Mate X does includes i... moreI think it doesn't work that way since Huawei will release the Nova 5 trio, unless it's Huawei's 10th rebranding attempt this year lol.

I'm not a lawyer specialized in US Law and I wish we had a lawyer's input on the matter.

  • Anonymous

Running Hongmeng OS?

This phone is a bump away from a shattered screen.