Chinese tech giant Huawei had last week confirmed that its much awaited Mate X foldable device might not release in September, 2019. The company has delayed the launch to make sure that the upcoming device is reliable and polished. However, it also seems like the company has delayed the release so that it could upgrade the internals.
A tech news website has mentioned that the Mate X foldable device is now equipped with the HiSilicon Kirin 990 chipset. The processor hasn’t even been announced yet but it is being expected that Huawei will make an announcement at the IFA 2019 ahead of its integration in to the Mate 30 series. So far there are no reports about the chipset but the company can be quick to adopt new Arm IP in recent years. This also means that the gadget observers can expect the Kirin 990 to offer brand-new Cortex-A77 CPU cores and a Mali-G77 GPU.
It can also be expected that the firm’s NPU to receive a noteworthy performance leap. The tech website has also said that the Huawei Mate X no makes use an RYYB primary camera sensor in line with the P30 series. Huawei says that the RYYB camera enables low-light image quality than the traditional RGB camera sensors. There is no word if the Mate X offers the P30 Pro’s 5x periscope camera.
Talking about when the device will be launched, a leading tech website has said that the Mate X is not expected before November, 2019. But Huawei has said that the Mate X will be launched between September and November.
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