Huawei Smart Phones

Christian Salinas, Writer

Most people in the United States have cell phones and most of them are smart phones. The people who don’t use smart phones, or even cell phones for that matter, are older. It’s usually because they don’t know how or they don’t have a use for it. However, the majority of the more fortunate are active users and own smart phones. There are two companies that come to mind when you think of smart phones. Apple who produces the iPhone, and Microsoft who produces Android.

A Contender with Smart Phones

Huawei is a Chinese telecommunications company. They have been producing mobile phones since 1997. If you’ve never heard of them, then welcome to the party. They recently just made headlines about a new smart phone they produced. On Feb. 24, they announced their newest smart phone. It’s called the Huawei Mate X, this new phone was revealed in Barcelona and boasts numerous features.

Along with the 5g capability, it comes with features that most of your phones do not have. One of them being that it can fold face out. They are not the first to try a folding phone. Galaxy and LG have their versions, but it appears to pale in comparison to the new Mate X. The display is both larger and flatter than that of the rival Samsung. The crazy new dimensions are the makings of three years of work trying to perfect the design. It has split screen on both of the folds, and a camera on the side are also what to expect with the Mate X when it hits the market in the middle of the year.

Huawei is the largest telecom infrastructure maker in the world. The company is an expert in communication technology and that it is producing some of it’s own Android smart phones and tablets. The resolution of the new Mate X is 1148 pixels by 2480 pixels. The storage is 512GB and the company said that the “5G modem could download a one gigabyte movies in as little as three seconds if a fast enough connection is available.

Price Change with Time

The biggest news of the unveil in Spain was the price. They have marked the price at $2,600. Richard Yu, Huawei’s consumer devices chief, said that “he hoped it would be reduced over time. Many loyal Android or iPhone users don’t know Huawei exists. So in turn, they probably won’t be shelling out more than what they can get today for not nearly as much. It does everything your smart phone does right now. With just a few more features that quite honestly won’t make people spend the extra money, is part of a decision that one has to weigh when buying a new phone

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