Not long ago, blogger @digital Chat revealed that Huawei’s Mate X3 is already on the way. The specs include a Kirin 9000 4G chip, a full-height screen, a 4500mAh battery, and HarmonyOS 2.0.1.
Earlier, a new Huawei phone named PAL-AL00, which supports 4G only and has Hongmon OS pre-installed, is likely to be huawei’s new foldable phone Mate X3, sources said.
According to bloggers @Panda Very Bald and @Wangzai Bestong, Huawei Mate X3 goes back to the fold design and uses the right side of the hole.
I believe that those familiar with Huawei’s foldable phones are familiar with “external folding”, which is exactly what Huawei’s Mate X/Xs models use.
The hinged structure of the new foldable screen has been adjusted a bit more than that of Mate X2. According to many aspects, the new screen may not be wedge-shaped, but symmetrical, and the lens has similar parameters to the P50 series.
It should be noted that Huawei’s P50 and P50 Pro both use Qualcomm chips, and given that there are not many Kirin 9000 chips left, we can’t rule out using Qualcomm chips in the Mate X3.