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Huawei’s foldable Mate X will reportedly launch this October in China

The Next Web Monday, 14 October 2019
Huawei’s foldable Mate X will reportedly launch this October in ChinaFoldable phones feel like the future, but the path there isn’t easy – just ask Samsung. That phone’s early woes almost certainly influenced Huawei to delay the release of its own foldable device. The Mate X was originally slated to be released in June, but with all of the issues plaguing the Galaxy Fold – not to mention the US blacklist  – we’ve heard little about when the device would eventually hit the markets. Apparently, that might be quite soon. A report from cnBeta suggests the Mate X will arrive in China in limited quantities by the end of this…

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