We are sure to find out more next week when MWC officially kicks off.
The actual size of the sensors is now unknown but Huawei promises: "the latest Leica cameras, supporting the most advanced imaging features to date".
You might have deduced at this point that when you fold up the phone the two resulting screens aren't symmetrical. There's no cutout in the screen for a camera - no notch of any kind. It still has a folding screen of course - an 8in one - but it's on the outside, not the inside. This is also where Huawei has placed all three cameras on this phone. Second, the phone includes a pop-up camera.
According to Samsung, it can be folded at least 200,000 times which means around 100 folds a day for five years if you plan on using the phone that long. When unfolded, the majority of the body is 5.4mm thin, while the bar and folded thickness is 11mm.
That is not to say the video has done anything to turn us off from lusting after the device. When the device is folded, the main part becomes 6.6 with a resolution of 2480 x 1148 pixels, which is the already known ratio of 19.5:9.
Finally, unfolding the Mate X results in the AMOLED screen to reveal its true physical dimensions.
Youve seen the teasers, but now everything is official - Huawei introduced its foldable smartphone, called Mate X.
There are components in the folding mechanism, which Huawei has named the "Falcon Wing" hinge. It's to be noted that this seems to be the weak-point of Huawei's design as it doesn't look almost as refined as Samsung's attempt.