Early this year at MWC 2019 event, the Chinese electronics giant Huawei announced its first foldable smartphone called the Huawei Mate X, and it was expected to launch in the market by the end of this month. However, the company is now facing very badly due to the ban in the world and this may postpone the launch of the device. Well, now the spokesperson of the company confirmed that the device will be launched officially in the month of September this year.
It is also confirmed that the company will launch the device globally but it will focus on the market where the 5G connectivity is already implemented, and it is also said that the Huawei Mate X is going through deep testing to make sure that it will work perfectly in the hands of users. Huawei doesn’t want to avoid issues which Samsung faced in its Galaxy Fold, and the company is postponed the launch date a couple of times now.
Furthermore, the Chinese brand is also working with the mobile carriers and developers to make sure that the device will not face any experience issues and give an awesome experience to the users out of the box.
Having said that, the device will not face any kind of issues like the restrictions in the Google applications because the company announced the device before the blacklisting.