The Huawei Mate X3 is a foldable smartphone that is rumored to be launched in China by the end of this month. It is expected to replace the Huawei Mate X2 released in February 2021. The Chinese tech giant has yet to make an official announcement on the release of this handset. However, it has been spotted at various certification sites, including the recent China Compulsory Certification (3C) listing. The alleged 3C listing indicates that the Huawei Mate X3 will be able to support fast charging up to 66W.
According to the latest report by Huawei Central, the Huawei Mate X3 foldable smartphone could be launched in China by the end of April. The smartphone was reportedly also spotted at a 3C certification site with model number PAL-AL00. As mentioned earlier, the listed handsets are said to support fast charging up to 66W. It is reportedly listed to offer LTE support which may indicate that Huawei may launch a 5G variant separately.
Previous reports have suggested that the Huawei Mate X3 could use a BOE Display PWM (pulse width modulation) screen with an ultra-thin glass display. It is expected to pack a 4,500mAh battery. The smartphone is expected to run on HarmonyOS 2.0.1. The Huawei Mate X3 is said to be powered by a Kirin 9000 4G SoC which is in line with the alleged 3C listing.
Its predecessor, the Huawei Mate X2 is powered by a Kirin 9000 5G SoC, paired with a Mali-G78 GPU. The handset features a 6.45 -inch OLED cover display. When opened, it reveals an 8-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 180Hz touch sampling rate. The handset has 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of onboard storage which can be expanded up to 256GB using the Huawei Nano memory card. The Huawei Mate X2 comes with a 4,500mAh battery that supports 55W fast charging.
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