Huawei Mate X3 comes up as a stylish and lightweight foldable phone. You can measure the precision by the fact that it has lighter than iPhone 14 Pro Max, which stands at 240g and the company has not sacrificed any specs to achieve a new weight class among foldable phones.
Up until recently, the horizontal foldable phone weight was pretty high. Honor Magic Vs weighs 261g, Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 weighs 262g and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 weighs at 263g.
However, Huawei Mate X3 comes with a weight of 239g, which is directly in line with the bar machine and it is a massive leap.
You can imagine how difficult it is to reduce the weight of a foldable phone to more than 20 grams. As far as I know, dozens of weight reduction technologies have been designed in-house and every technical point of 0.1g has not been missed.
This includes the final plans of the self-developed diamond aluminum and ultra-light carbon fiber mentioned by Huawei Consumer Business CEO, Yu Chengdong at the Huawei Mate X3 launch conference. He said that the R&D investment behind this phone deserves big praise.
Specs not sacrificed:
But there is a most commendable point, something that other phone manufacturers on the market have not done in the foldable segment. And It is that the Mate X3 did not sacrifice flagship grade specifications.
For example, the phone comes with a waterproof rating and 50W wireless fast charging with a thin and light design. The phone has a 5x periscope telephoto. For your information, the periscope module takes large space in the camera section but Huawei maintained the entire structure.
The phone also has dual-way satellite communication and a brand-new heat-dissipation cooling system.
Over the past few years, the folding phone market flourished rapidly and it seems to be falling more and more into popularity. The lightweight architecture of Huawei Mate X3 shows Huawei’s attitude, which is, to always be the most innovative technology, the most innovative product, and the most innovative experience.