A Video Shows the First Huawei Mate X With a Damaged Screen

The Huawei Mate X, the folding phone of the Chinese firm, was officially unveiled at the last Mobile World Congress 2019. A device that went on sale in China November 15 beating all records, as it sold all its units in just minutes. A month after the presale, a video showing the first Huawei Mate X with a damaged screen has come to light.

A folding phone that is not yet for sale outside the Asian country and that will arrive to dispute the throne of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which had to delay its launch due to the problems found on the screen and the hinge by the first analysts. A video appeared on the Weibo social network, and which was shared on Twitter by Max J., has now revealed the first Huawei Mate X with a damaged screen.

In the video, you can see that the folding screen phone Asian company is damaged, even though for the moment it is unknown what happened to this Huawei Mate X. That is to say, it is unknown if the fault on the terminal screen has taken place as a result of some hit or a user fault, or if, on the contrary, it is really due to some technical problems of the device.

Neither the user who has uploaded the original video nor the company has revealed the reason why the screen of this folding phone is damaged, although it could have fallen or been exposed to some type of sharp object, although for the moment only Try assumptions. Although yes, due to the images shown in the video, it seems likely that this Huawei Mate X has its screen broken due to misuse by the user.

The Huawei Mate X stands out for its folding screen that uses an eagle wing folding scheme offering a screen up to 8 inches when deployed; In addition to a 6.6-inch screen when folded and a 6.38-inch rear. Inside, the device sports a HiSilicon Kirin 980 Octa-core processor, which is accompanied by 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage; In addition to a 4500 mAh battery with fast charging Huawei SuperCharge 55W.

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