The New Huawei Mate X3 Is One Of The Worlds Lightest Foldable Phones

The New Huawei Mate X3 Is One Of The Worlds Lightest Foldable Phones
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Foldable phones have become popular and while brands like Samsung dominated the product category in their initial offerings, the landscape has slowly started to change with recent launches like the Honor Magic Vs and the new Huawei Mate X3. Foldables aim to get the most out of pocket screens, and now Huawei's latest version for China focuses on another important aspect: providing all the space, with reduced weight.

In the pursuit of durability, strength and innovation, many manufacturers seem to neglect weight. With all the materials and technologies involved, folding models will struggle to stay light. Huawei's new Mate X3 packs the perfect hardware package at just 239 grams, slightly heavier than the 233-gram Oppo Find N2 but 10% lighter than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4.

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Despite its light weight, the Mate X3 makes no compromises. The IPX8 waterproof case has a water drop for the 7.85" internal screen. The large screen is almost square when open at 2496 x 2224 pixels, while the 6.4" screen on the cover is 20.9:9, which is 2504 x 1080 pixels. bigger accept

Huawei ships the phone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC with 12GB of storage and up to 1TB. A 4,800mAh battery keeps things going, and 66W wired charging support, combined with 50W wireless support, would help reduce charging time significantly.

Like all good foldable flagships, Huawei has packed the phone with cameras: an 8MP selfie camera on each screen and a triple camera setup on the back, consisting of a 50MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture and a 13MP ultra-high-end camera. bright camera wide camera with an aperture of f/2.2. and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom.

Due to US sanctions against the company, this model does not have Google apps as standard; like recent Huawei phones, the Mate X3 also lacks 5G connectivity, as Huawei does not have access to the necessary modem. If that wasn't disappointing enough, SamMobile points out that Huawei might not be completely honest with the Mate X3's bezels. According to Twitter users, the bezels around the display are not as thin as the versions of the company's products used for promotional materials and presentations.

At the moment, Huawei has just launched the Mate X3 in China and there is no word yet on international availability. The 256GB variant costs 12,999 yuan ($1,906), the 512GB model costs 13,999 yuan ($2,052) and the top 1TB model costs 15,999 yuan ($2,345). The possibility of a release on the other side of the world seems unlikely due to the lack of 5G and Google apps, but you never know for sure.

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