Huawei unveiled a few days ago that its folding Mate X has hit nearly 200,000 units since its official launch, and has been rumored to be launching an updated version of its folding smartphone again this week.
The information comes from the Chinese website MyDrivers which reinforces the official name of the next version, its official release date and also at which points the manufacturer should upgrade its second folding smartphone, even if this is just an upgrade of the model already available for sale.
Called Huawei Mate Xs, the device is due to be unveiled in February during the Mobile World Congress season in the final days of the second month of the year. The launch in select markets and the start of sales of the new smartphone would be planned for March 2020, very likely to happen.
Other details revealed by the site reveal that Huawei should improve the screen of the device, offering an improved finish to increase strength and durability, as well as new features in the hinge mechanism, also to offer more security to the user than investing an extremely high price on the device.
Huawei official has confirmed that the Mate Xs is real and will arrive in the first quarter of 2020 with HiSilicon Kirin 990 chipset with integrated 5G modem, another big improvement over the first Mate X. Huawei is also expected to introduce a new folding in the second half of this year, but format information is still unknown.
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