The first thing we saw was the camera, as we mentioned earlier, Mate X did not use a decentralized approach like Galaxy Fold, but only created a combination of three cameras on the back. So when you are making a self-portrait (using the phone type), you have to turn the device over and over with the back screen. In terms of actual work, Mate X switches very quickly before and after this part. At the time when Vice President Huang turned the phone in less than a second, the phone was automatically replaced with the back to show it.
As for the aid mode as the Vivo NEX binary version, we have already said it is very useful in some cases. Huawei is very wise to add this feature to Mate X, but the device software looks unstable. In the demonstration process, the image for visualization sometimes fills the entire screen and sometimes shrinks to half its size. In the future, the developer has to fix some errors.
As for Mate X viewing, the screen is naturally very cool. We also tried to understand how the phone would look like multiplex operations but told him the device was not ready to go side by side with the device at this stage. When distributed, Mate X will automatically enter the tablet interface that Huawei MediaPad currently uses. So Huawei does not follow the Android folding design of the interface launched by Google last November, but chose to make noise directly on its own EMUI.
In addition, the 5G wave that can be felt by the Barong 5000 modem is also one of the points of sale for Mate X. According to Huang Jiawen, the corresponding four antennas are placed in the "grip" of the mobile phone. Regardless of how the hand holds the lid, Huawei's design can allow the device to receive the signal. As for those who would like to buy such a high-end product starting at 2,299 euros, Vice President Huang believes that this will be an early candidate who wants to experience new technologies. That sounds good, but the premise is that you can afford that money.