Huawei mate xs foldable update debuts at MWC 2020

Announced at an event in October, Huawei's mate x successor, buddy xs, will be officially unveiled at the next Mobile World Congress in February, as heard directly from the mouth of the Chinese manufacturer, CEO Richard Yu.

Speaking to members of the French press (including good people in Frandroid) at an event in Shenzhen, Yu confirmed the foldable device's presence at MWC 2020, as well as a glimpse of what we can expect from the revised smartphone/tablet hybrid.

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According to Yu, Huawei Mate XS will feature the latest Kirin 990 chipset, which is the first to boast 5G capabilities for exceptional download and upload speeds.

In addition, Huawei CEO also revealed that the Mate XS will have an improved hinge mechanism along with a more durable screen. Like the original mate x, we expect buddy xs to run without access to Google apps and services.

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As reported, Y. Tymoshenko spoke about a possible European release of the device (the original mat x has not yet received a release outside of China), but he did not go into such details. Pairing xs is expected to launch at the company's homeland in March 2020.

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