The folding smartphone hasn’t quite delivered on its promise yet. Whether it’s compromised designs or dubious durability, the folding smartphone’s rocky start hasn’t fulfilled our sci-fi mobile dream yet. But we’re getting closer, and the new Huawei Mate Xs edges nearer to our folding dreams than any model before it. Why? Because it’s both a full-size smartphone and a true tablet, all in one, that you can feasibly use every day. Amazingly, outside of the original Huawei Mate X which only went on sale in China, this just hasn’t happened yet. I spent an afternoon with the Mate Xs to see how it fitted in with my life, and if it really, finally, delivered on that early folding smartphone promise. Incognito rules There’s nothing subtle about the Samsung Galaxy Fold. When you unfold it on the train, or out in public, people notice. Most of the time that’s fine, but I have felt very self-conscious doing so in places I’m unfamiliar with, in case someone takes a fancy to the $2,000 smartphone in my hand. The thing is, you have to unfold it to do anything meaningful because the outside screen is too small and fiddly. The Huawei Mate Xs… Read full this story
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