Chinese tech giant Huawei has officially launched its second foldable smartphone, the Huawei Mate Xs. The company claims it has redesigned the display and hinge to make the phone more durable than the original Mate X from last year. In addition, the Mate Xs features a faster Kirin 990 processor with an integrated 5G modem, a 40-megapixel Leica-developed quad rear camera and a 4,500 mAh battery. The device runs on the latest open-source version of Android, with Huawei Mobile Services instead of Google’s apps and services due to the ongoing US trade ban. The Huawei Mate Xs will go on sale in March, priced at €2,499 (~₹1,93,000), but there’s no word yet on Indian pricing and availability. It's worth noting that the previous generation Mate X did not make it to Indian markets.