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The world’s thinnest folding smartphone has been released

## **Huawei’s latest inward-facing foldable phone is out after two years of waiting.** According to *Gadget Match*, brand (Huawei)(https://www.24h.com. vn/dien-thoai-huawei-c407e4515.html) introduced the Mate X3, its next-generation folding phone. Huawei has brought the inward folding screen design back to the Mate X3, similar to the Huawei Mate X2 launched in 2021. The company’s most recent folding phone, the Mate Xs 2, was released late last year, but this product follows the fold-out design. **The world’s thinnest folding phone right now** Huawei Mate X3 is much thinner than its predecessor and also the world’s thinnest folding device at just 5.3mm thick when unfolded and 11.08mm when closed again. This design is 0.1mm and 0.12mm thinner, respectively, than the previous record of Xiaomi MIX Fold 2. Thanks to the new generation hinge design in the form of a dual-rotating waterdrop, the device is not only the thinnest possible. but also improve the mechanism and feel of folding whenever the device is opened and closed. This also promises a flatter screen, as well as little to no creases when unfolded. Unlike the Mate X2, the new version has a matte glass or leather back that eliminates annoying fingerprints on the super-glossy glass. **Smaller but better display** The previous Mate X2 had a larger display than its successor with a 6.45-inch external display and an 8-inch internal display. The X3 version has a smaller 7.85-inch internal LTPS screen and a 6.4-inch LTPO external display. However, the Mate X3 has a refresh rate of up to 120Hz for both screens and Full HD + resolution, compared to the 90Hz limitation of its predecessor. The similarity of both versions is that the pixel density on both Huawei “X-TRUE” screens is limited to 426 ppi (pixels per inch). The display also supports 1.07 billion colors and is TÜV Rheinland certified. The world’s thinnest folding smartphone has been released – 2 For better durability, the outer screen is equipped with Huawei’s own Kunlun glass, which promises 10 times better drop resistance. Moreover, the phone is also IPX8 waterproof, currently there are only two folding phones in the world, Galaxy Z Fold4 of (Samsung)(https://www.24h.com.vn/samsung-c407e3988 .html) and the Mate X3 owns this standard. The new hinge design also supports various Flex-Stop interaction modes such as tripod-free selfies, split-screen when answering video calls or watching videos, and Nightstand mode displaying weather information. and the clock via the Always-On Display. **Impressive Performance** Compared to the Mate X2 equipped with Huawei’s most advanced Kirin 9000 processor, the Mate X3 said goodbye to Kirin and powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. This change promises better CPU and GPU performance, but the downside is that the device won’t have 5G connectivity, as the “home” Qualcomm chipset is not capable of supporting this type of advanced cellular connectivity. This. Similar to the latest P60 series, the Mate X3 also features the latest two-way satellite communication service, which allows sending and receiving SMS without a cellular network signal. The world’s thinnest folding smartphone has been released – 3 In return, Huawei Mate X3 has a Silicon-carbon battery of 5060mAh for the Collector version and 4800mAh for the Non-Collector version. With the energy-efficient Snapdragon chipset and not using 5G connectivity, the battery life promises to be “buffer” than any folding device on the market. Mate X3 supports the most advanced fast charging technology Huawei SuperCharge 66W, as well as wireless charging with a maximum speed of 50W and 7.5W when using reverse wireless charging. **Photography: goodbye LEICA, hello XMAGE** Huawei is no longer using the long-standing LEICA optical and imaging system to use the company’s latest XMAGE. This system was first launched on the Huawei Mate 50 Pro. Quite similar to its predecessor, the Mate 3 has a 50MP main sensor but with an improved aperture of f/1.8 (compared to f/1.9). There’s also a 13MP f/2.2 ultra-wide lens and an 8MP f/3.4 telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom. In terms of selfies, the device has an 8MP f/2.2 camera located below the perforated screen inside and out. **Price and Availability** Unlike other large folding phones on the market, Huawei Mate X3 is available in two colors for two different textures including matte black, white and purple-violet. Meanwhile, there are Dawn Gold and Qingshandai (dark blue) colors with a textured leather back. Currently the Mate X3 is exclusive to the Chinese market, but Huawei has hinted at a global rollout on its international website. The device will have versions with different prices including: – 256GB (CNY 12,999, equivalent to VND 44.7 million). – 512GB (13,999 CNY, equivalent to 48.2 million VND). – 1TB (only Dawn Gold and Qingshandai colors, priced at CNY 15,999, equivalent to VND 55 million).

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