The release date of its foldable smartphone Mate X has been further boosted by Chinese smartphone giant Huawei, taking a lesson from the problem of samsung Galaxy Fold's screen breakdown. The company Met X was first scheduled to be released in June, but now its launch date has been finalized in September. The company wants to test it thoroughly before launch.
At present, reports of a screen breakdown of its Galaxy fold have dealt a severe blow to Samsung. Huawei has decided to avoid such a situation that it will test well before launching its foldable phone. "We cannot launch a product to spoil our representation," a Huawei spokesperson said in an interview to CNBC. Huawei Mate X will come with the Android operating system or with another operating system, nothing can be said about it. However, the CNBC report says that Huawei Mate X will come with Android OS as it was launched before the ban.
For your information, the operating system, on the other hand, is not a matter of concern for the company. Huawei was pre-aware of the U.S. ban. So the company started preparing its own OS. Huawei's self-developed OS HongMeng OS is now ready. The company is said to have shipped it with 10 lakh devices for testing. The OS operates 60 percent faster than the Android operating system it claimed.