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Technology Huawei will finally release its $2,400 Mate X phone on November 15th

17:55  23 october  2019
17:55  23 october  2019 Source:   engadget.com

Huawei just revealed a new smartphone, and this one doesn't have Google apps either

  Huawei just revealed a new smartphone, and this one doesn't have Google apps either Huawei has just announced the Nova 5T, its latest mid-range smartphone, although the lack of Google apps may ruin its chances of success.Huawei launched the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro last month, which didn't have access to Google Play services, and it has now unveiled the Nova 5T, its latest mid-range device.

Huawei is launching the phone in China on November 15 th The Mate X is already a tough sell given its price and early technology, but it also won't have the option of running Google apps. That could make it a non-starter even for those would-be customers who aren't deterred by the price.

Huawei launched its foldable 5G Mate X smartphone on Wednesday, starting pre-sales for the Huawei is finally taking orders for its delayed Mate X foldable phone in China from $ 2 , 400 . The official launch date in China is November 15 . It isn't clear whether customers will be able to get hold

After multiple delays, Huawei's foldable Mate X is nearly ready for launch -- but only in its homeland. Huawei is launching the phone in China on November 15th for ¥16,999, or roughly $2,400. Suddenly, the Galaxy Fold seems like a bargain. You do get 5G wireless, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for your trouble, although there's no Samsung-like concierge service here. There is a ¥2,699 (about $380) screen repair service, which you might just need when the fragile foldable display sits on the outside.

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The company also teased that a slightly upgraded Mate Xs is due in March using a newer Kirin 990 processor (instead of the current Kirin 980) with built-in 5G support.

Huawei’s folding Mate X ships next month for $2,400

  Huawei’s folding Mate X ships next month for $2,400 Cards on the table

According to reports, the folding Huawei Mate X is set to ship next month with a price tag of around $ 2 , 400 in China. Having had some hands-on time with the Chinese-made foldable Huawei confirmed on their official Weibo that the Mate X will only be made available within China from November 15 .

Huawei ’s much-delayed folding phone , the Mate X , is finally going on sale next month. It’ll start shipping in China on November 15 th for 16,999 yuan, or about $ 2 , 400 , which gets you a As for an international release , Huawei tells The Verge in a statement that “Our strategy is based on carriers’

If and when you see the Mate X outside of China still isn't clear. Huawei told Engadget that its release strategy depends on 5G rollouts in different areas, and an international launch strategy is "under review." We'd add that US trade restrictions may also play a role. The Mate X is already a tough sell given its price and early technology, but it also won't have the option of running Google apps. That could make it a non-starter even for those would-be customers who aren't deterred by the price.

Engadget Chinese (translated)

Huawei Mate 30 Pro rumored to launch in mid-November in major European markets .
Huawei rushed its Mate 30 announcement this year, unveiling the new flagship just days after Apple took the stage to announce the iPhone 11. The Mate 30 Pro was officially introduced just a day before the iPhone 11 hit stores, but the phone came with a massive “flaw”: The lack of official Google apps, caused by the US ban. And while Huawei’s press event for the Mate 30 series may have arrived a lot earlier than expected, its late 2019 flagship has yet to hit stores in some of Huawei’s most important markets.

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