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Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X Fold 5G Smartphone

So with the beginning of the New Year, the smartphone technology has taken the greatest leap of the decade. The biggest Android makers – Samsung and Huawei have brought us a real a real new quantum leap with the introduction of their foldable devices. The South Korean Giant just revealed its Galaxy Fold while Huawei introduced its Mate X Fold this month.

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X Fold 5G Smartphone

Both these devices are going to hit the market shelves soon, and the tech freaks are waiting to upgrade their phones to the newest technology. But which foldable phone makes a better choice? We will find it out in the post below. Scroll down to discover which foldable smartphone is worth the upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X Fold 5G – Which Smartphone / Tablet Hybrid is Better?

Here’s how both the foldable smartphones from Samsung and Huawei compare:

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X Fold 5G Smartphone

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X – The Design

Coming to the design, both the phones have gone through totally different routes on how their phones fold. While the Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with the dual screens – one internal and one external, the Mate X comes with three screens that face outwards all the time. The Folded Samsung Galaxy Fold will remind you of a small screen smartphone having 4.6-inch display size with large bezels. On unfolding, the phone will get the bigger screen of 7.3-inch QXGA+ that gets folded inside the two halves.

On the other hand, Huawei Mate X brings 3 different positions to be used. The first screen of Huawei is the bigger one with 8-inch and 2200×2480 pixel, and when we fold it outside, we get two other large 6.6-inch and 6.38-inch screens to use any of them based on the side we look at.

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X – Cameras

The camera is another standard of choosing the winner in smartphones technology. With this being said, Samsung brings a whopping six cameras on board with its foldable phone. There are three cameras on the rear – a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 12-megapixel telephoto sensor; two on the inside: a 10-megapixel camera and an 8-megapixel RGB depth camera; and a 10-megapixel sensor on the front.

Meanwhile, the Mate X comes with 3 cameras that, however, is not confirmed yet. According to the reports, the first is 40 MP and f/1.8 wide camera, the second is 16 MP and f/2.2 ultra-wide camera, and the third one is 8 MP and f/2.4 telephoto camera.

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X – Battery

There isn’t much difference in the battery sizes of both the devices. Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with a non-removable Li-Po 4380 mAh battery with a fast battery charging feature, while the Mate X hosts a non-removable Li-Po 4500 mAh battery.

Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X – Processors and Storage

Samsung Galaxy Fold has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset with 12 GB of RAM which is more than any other available phone on the field on the real-time, along with a 512 GB of internal memory type UFS 3.0 which has a great and high speed of data reading and writing compared to the previous generations, but without the support for external SD cards.

On the other hand, Huawei Mate X has a Kirin 980 chipset with 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB as an internal memory type UFS 2.1 supporting external Nano memory cards up to 256 GB.

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X – Price Difference

Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with a massive $1980 price tag, while Huawei’s Mate X is even more expensive with the price tag of $2600. At these price levels, both of the devices are only targeted to elite class or rich people, who can afford to buy unique gadgets. However in the long run, this technology of foldable hybrid devices will become cheaper and affordable for the masses.

Samsung Galaxy Fold vs. Huawei Mate X Fold 5G Smartphone

Both the phones will come with the Android Pie 9.0. So which foldable hybrid phone are you going to buy?

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