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Huawei Mate X3: Everything we know so far

The Mate X3 is now set to leave China and make its worldwide debut, and it is the latest foldable smartphone from Chinese manufacturer Huawei.

Here’s all we know about the Huawei Mate X3.

When will the Huawei Mate X3 be released worldwide?

The Mate X3 was released in China on March 23 and is expected to be released worldwide on May 9 at an event in Munich alongside the P60 series.

We don’t anticipate it to be available in the United States, as with all Huawei products.

How much does the Mate X3 cost?

For the time being, we only know the phone’s pricing in China, where it starts at 12,999 (about $1,880/£1,490/€1,700).

The most recent comparable Huawei gadget to hit the market was the Mate Xs 2, which was also foldable but with an outward folding display. That cost £1,799/€1,999, and we expect the Mate X3 to be priced similarly.

That’s a significant price, and it’s really greater than the majority of its immediate competitors, including those in China:

What about the Huawei Mate X3 specs and design?

Now that the phone is out in China, we know what to expect from the Mate X3.

Huawei Mate X3
Source : Huawei

The design is a conventional book-style folding, yet it is smaller and lighter than others. When unfurled, it is only 5.3mm thick and weighs 239g, both of which are considerably superior to Samsung. It also has the same IPX8 water-resistance certification as the Z Fold 4, indicating its durability.

In China, it is available in the silver seen above, as well as gold, black, green, and purple – but it is probable that not all of these colors will be included in the worldwide release.

Both screens have 120Hz refresh rates and are OLED panels, with a 6.4in display on the exterior and a 7.85in foldable panel on the interior. This phone has a near-square 8:7.1 aspect ratio, making it mostly for productivity.

The phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU, however owing to Huawei’s continuing battle with the US government, the phone, like all of its other new products, will only have 4G capabilities.

That will be reinforced, at the very least, by the presence of the two-way satellite communications that the firm demonstrated in the Mate 50 Pro, and which has subsequently been seen in a similar form in the iPhone 14 series and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Satellite.

A large 4800mAh battery provides power, including 66W conventional charging and 50W wireless charging as needed.

The cameras, of course, are a highlight. A 50Mp, f/1.8 primary camera is flanked by a 13Mp ultrawide and a 16Mp 5x telephoto lens on the back. Furthermore, each screen includes an 8Mp selfie camera, particularly for video chats, as the folding design allows for the usage of the more powerful back camera for selfie shots.

In terms of software, the phone runs HarmonyOS 3.1 from the firm. Although this isn’t officially Android and doesn’t allow Google apps, the look and feel will be familiar if you’ve used an older Huawei Android smartphone.


Achraf Grini
Achraf Grini
Hello This is AG. I am a Tech lover and I have long been a promoter and editor for a shopping company, I have followed smartphones and headphones and others. I covers iOS, Android, Windows and macOS, writing tutorials, buying guides and reviews.


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