Huawei Mate X will run on open-source Android platform
The Huawei Mate X will run an open-source version of Android that won't have any Google apps and services. This is due to the ongoing trade war between the US and China wherein the former has imposed a trade ban on Huawei.
Meanwhile, as far as its specifications are concerned, it sports a single notch-less display that folds into a smartphone-like form factor with dual displays. The device has ultra-slim bezels, a metallic frame, a holdable "wing", and a side-mounted fingerprint reader.
In the unfolded state, it offers a main 8-inch (2480x2200 pixels) OLED display which folds into a 6.6-inch (2480x1148 pixels) front display and a 6.38-inch (2480x892 pixels) rear display.
The Mate X sports a LEICA-engineered triple-lens camera setup comprising a 40MP (wide-angle sensor), 16MP (ultra-wide-angle sensor) and an 8MP (telephoto sensor). Notably, when the device is folded, this setup doubles up as a selfie camera.