Seems Oppo is sharing the same foldable phone as Huawei now lets hope the p30 pro has Oppo's 10 x optical zoom to...
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019Comparison of Huawei Mate X and Samsung Fold. Huawei Mate X: Folding-out. Creates soft crease... moreNo, Samsung has no hard crease as it does not fold 100%. There is some ugly gap ;-(
BiyoBiyo JunJun, 25 Feb 2019because we outdoor person ... many thing can happen , thats why we put cover , and also we not... moreAll covers nowadays is a pure self-hypnosis. They are far worse than the screen itself. Screens are capable to withstand against scratches from anything with hardness below level 6. Screen covers are not capable to withstand even level 4. They also won't protect you from cracks, as crack usually coming from edges.
Chee Khuan, 25 Feb 2019SAMSUNG Fold also has the wrinkle. But SAMSUNG is very clever and hide the wrinkle during the ... moreThe "wrinkle" created by SamsungFold is different from the "wrinkle" created by HuaweiMateX. The former is a well-defined "hard" wrinkle created by a hard-crease, while the latter is soft wrinkle created by a soft-crease. The soft wrinkle is recoverable while the hard wrinkle is unrecoverable.
Chee Khuan, 25 Feb 2019SAMSUNG Fold also has the wrinkle. But SAMSUNG is very clever and hide the wrinkle during the ... moreYou need to understand the difference between a hard-crease and a soft-crease.
When HuaweiMateX folds out, it creates a soft-crease which is fully recoverable when HuaweiMateX folds back, without leaving a hard-crease line(s).
When SamsungFold folds in, it creates a hard-crease with a permanent hard-crease line which is unrecoverable.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019Because they try to fit it in a slim body.This i can think to thx, but still a bad match. But again i have power in my mate 20 x for nearly 2½ day and i use it a lot.
So still i think the X will have power enough for a least a day... And thats still okay in my opinion.
AnonD-792345, 25 Feb 2019Who thinks foldable phones are going share same faith as 3D TVs? 3D TVs were such a buzz but ... moreI dont think so, Now i have a phone and a tablet and i need both of them tablet at home for web surfing and book reading,.. and phone outside, and its a big problem to charge,check social media in both,.. and this new device is so nessecerry to me if itll be cheapper.
Comparison of Huawei Mate X and Samsung Fold.
Huawei Mate X: Folding-out. Creates soft crease(s), fully recoverable, and without hard-crease line(s).
Samsung Fold: Folding-in. Creates hard crease(s), with visible and unrecoverable hard-crease line(s).
A close-up look at Huawei Mate X by a German reporter:
Huawei Mate X in action in close-up. The commentary offered by the reviewer is spot-on:
Promotional videos and pictures from Samsung have tried to hide the center crease line(s). But take a look at Samsung Fold from the following video:
Play this video with slow-motion (0.25 of full speed), at around 0:51 you will see a very clear hard crease line in the middle.
Who thinks foldable phones are going share same faith as 3D TVs?
3D TVs were such a buzz but never caught up with the general public. They seem exciting to techies but I don't think general public is going to find the concept reliable.
I have been showing pics of this phone to some of my friends who are less interested in tech (for some weird reason they all use iPhones) they say it's too much.
Foldable smartphones could be the 3D of TVs.
NAND-roid, 24 Feb 2019https://youtu.be/NnO08HnZf10 at 1.30 look at that wrinkle. And you still compare this chinese... moreSAMSUNG Fold also has the wrinkle. But SAMSUNG is very clever and hide the wrinkle during the unpack event.
HUAWEI is much more honest. They don't use the tricks to hide it.
It's normal to has wrinkle on these fold screen phones. Same theory with fold a piece of paper.
Is that a CD case? LOL!
regs, 24 Feb 2019Why would you use protective cover nowadays? They have been outdated 10 years ago.because we outdoor person ... many thing can happen , thats why we put cover , and also we not super rich to pay replacement everytime that phone break
So it's a downgrade version of Huawei Mate 20 since it's a Huawei Mate X ... Hahaha. I prefer naming it Huawei Fold X ..
The Mate X would be able to download a one-gigabyte movie in three seconds. Richard Yu, head of Huawei's Consumer Business Groups said, the phone will be priced at 2,299 euros (2,607 U.S. dollars) when it goes on sale later this year, setting the tone for a new upper limit for consumer smartphones
Not Durable & User Friendly...Lol
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2019Huawei are really showing other companys how its done, Shame the price is so steep though. Sam... moreYou should research first how much it cost to produce a folding screen then come back here to justify your comment on pricing.