One of the product launch schedules are not rocket science, but those made with definite windows of opportunity in mind. Once they miss those schedules, there is a very robust chance that will affect other products. That certainly seems to be the case with Huawei’s first and so far only foldable phone which has delayed by half a year. It may finish launch next month, but it might already be obsolete and replaced by a new model in a few months. To its praise, the Huawei Mate X did not experience the same problems and criticism that Samsung’s Galaxy Fold did. Even into hands of testers and influencers, then probably believe Huawei saw it would practice the same issues. Plus, it has larger problems to take care of in the form the US prohibiting.
Richard Yu, Head of Huawei Business Group, known for successful off-script in disapproving the US treatment of the company, has less or more definite than the Mate X is finally unveiling in October. According to the executive, they are supposed to launch last August but detained off not because of the reasons above but as of the sluggish 5G rollout. Also, Yu intimated that they are seeing to upgrade the Mate X to a new chipset. That is not exactly amazing if a Mate X2 planned, but the timing has been thrown off because of the month-long postponement. The company’s Huawei Mate X was thought to launch in May with Kirin 980. The company declared the Kirin 990, which will power the future Mate 30 chain and bid an integrated radio 5G.
To be launched Huawei Mate X, that advanced Mate X have 5G as its important features. Though, that could affect Huawei even more problems as it goes to fight with receiving Google’s certification for their new phones.