Samsung Galaxy Fold vs Huawei Mate X

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs Huawei Mate X

The two biggest smartphone manufacturers unveiled their first folding smartphones within a week of each other, but only an exclusive group of people have been allowed to get hands on. First, Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold then Huawei announced the Mate X. So which one is better? It’s time to compare the best folding smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold:

Huawei Mate X review:

Featuring an Infinity Flex display, the Samsung Galaxy Fold goes from a 4.6-inch display for phone mode and folds out to reveal a separate 7.3-inch display on the inside. It’s designed to be a comfortable device to hold one-handed. The 7.3-inch Infinity Flex display has a resolution of 2,152 × 1,536 pixels, while the smaller 4.6-inch display has a resolution of 1,960 × 840 pixels.

A sophisticated hinge system with multiple interlocking gears is hidden inside the spine. The Samsung Galaxy Fold also has a 7nm processor and 12GB of RAM. There’s 512GB of universal flash storage, so it can read data twice as fast as other smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Fold actually has two batteries inside, one in each side of the device, to get around the problem of having to have a folding battery. The battery is rated at 4,380mAh.

Want to see into the future? Here it is: The Huawei Mate X is the folding smartphone we’ve all been hoping would arrive, and within a few months it’ll be here. With a frightening price tag, a highly desirable design, and even a 5G connection, this is our first proper look at the future smartphone.

Forget any worries about the Mate X being shown only behind glass, or at arm’s length because it was a prototype — this is a seemingly finished product with all the polish you’d expect. Being handed the Huawei Mate X felt like an occasion — like picking up the keys to a supercar. It looks and feels so different from anything else — it’s oddly confusing, but not in a frightening way, but rather a new, dramatic one.



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two of the world's mobile giant's Samsung and Huawei are in the midst of a metaphorical poker game Samsung in its hand as the galaxy phoned announced a week before MW see and hear behind glass in Huawei's hand is the might X debuted a week after Samsung's and as you can see the smart money might just be on bar ways foldable phone the cards are being played very close to chests here far away versus Samsung this game has got some of the highest stakes we've ever seen which one is gonna fold first Samsung was technically the first on the scene with a folding smartphone in 2019 the Galaxy fold is an elusive Beast and all we know about it comes from Samsung no one has been able to use the phone in public yet so what do you get a 7.3 inch unfolded infinities flex screen at a 4.6 outer screen designed for casual use a snapdragon an 855 processor runs a show and a Qualcomm 5g modem will connect it to a next-gen mobile network later this year plus he has 12 gigabytes of RAM 512 gigabytes of storage space 2 batteries a fingerprint sensor 6 camera lenses and plenty more tech inside then there's the custom software which has something called app continuity to enable apps to swap between the displays along with three app multitasking on the main screen folding smart phones require a massive amount of engineering expertise to get right from the folding screen to the complex hinge system the galaxy fold looks like a technical marvel now we just have to wait until we can experience it for ourselves to know more huawei launched the may Tech's just days after samsung showed the galaxy fold but unlike his competitor hasn't only kept it behind glass lucky if you have used the may Tech's a most have fallen head over heels in love here's why the design differs from the galaxy fold as the may tax has three ways to view the screen a front 6.6 inch screen a six point four inch screen on the back and an 8 inch screen unfolded it unfolds through the use of a beautiful intricately designed hinge with a hundred moving parts folded it's only 11 millimeters thick and five point four millimeters thick when unfolded while I has chosen his own Kirin 980 processor for the mate X and its own 5g modem – there's a super-fast charging system that takes the battery to 85% capacity in 30 minutes finally there's a three lens like a camera that works for both regular photos and for selfies with it's stunning design the bomb 8x turns more heads than even Samsung's amazing galaxy fold huawei's mate X is actually more expensive costing two thousand two hundred and thirty euros or about two thousand six hundred dollars and will be available in the summer Samsung's Galaxy fold however arrives on April the 26th in both 4G and 5g versions and will start at one thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars this game is not over why it showed its hand it's got a full house Samsung we don't know what it's got could have a Royal Flush it could have a fistful of nothing and we're not going to know until it takes that bone out of that glass case the winner is still to be decided

23 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Fold vs Huawei Mate X

  1. The real reason why Huawei mate X doesnt fold inward is because Huawei doesnt have the technology to do that with oled they arent as advanced as Samsung

  2. Ahah. For your record, there was a scandal with Huawei using dslr pictures instead of it's phone in its commercial to mislead consumers. How arrogant to overlook Samsung. Do your homework

  3. Wtf is that . I used like Samsung very fasion and reliable. But this one is like a fuking iorn wallet. Disappointed

  4. Mate x is just futuristic, Samsung is afraid of people dropping their shiny fold it can shatter the glass. That why it's kept protected.

  5. Samsung wins! No matter What!

    Huawei stole Samsung outfolding technology and showed mate x. Samsung could have made the outfold phones three years ago but they did not because it's not practical at all.

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