Huawei Mate XS – Ultimate Foldable Smartphone?

The telecommunication industry is a fast-rising one. It’s like we can’t just get enough of them. New inventions arise every day, putting the older versions to shame. Mobile tech companies like Samsung, iPhone, techno, Nokia, Huawei continue to create mobile phones that are handy, classy and easy to use.

Looking at the iPhone series from iPhone 1 to iPhone 11 pro it has been quite a wonderful experience for iPhone manufacturers and its dedicated users.

Taking it a step further, Huawei has once again beaten all odds and created its Huawei foldable. Just a year after launching its Mate X, the company has introduced its Mate Xs.

The new Mate Xs shows that Huawei went back to their drawing board to create something extraordinary. 

With similar features with the pro version of the phone, the new Huawei Mate Xs is a choice gadget. The only challenge currently is its limited supply which appears to be a small batch in china.

Like Samsung, Huawei focused mainly on the hinge. With more mechanical components, the gadget should be more rugged than its original version. 

It seems like foldable are the in thing right now, and Huawei has finally joined the moving train. 

Of course, we can’t forget the company’s ongoing problems in the States that may not only make procurement there a little difficult but also blocks access to Android apps and services. It may become an issue for the company’s products, going forward.

Is this your dream phone right now? Well, you need more than a wish to certainly buy the new Huawei Mate Xs. You need about  $2,700, which is 981,450.00 naira. Still your dream phone?

But trust that you will get value for your money if you decide to make a purchase when it’s available. The phone comes with a 6.6-inch display, 5G, a beefy 4,500 mAh battery, the latest Kirin 990 chip, 8GB of RAM and also 512GB of storage.  

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