Display and Design Comparison Between Galaxy Fold and Mate X

Galaxy Fold and Mate X

Any comparison of the smartphone has to start with the screens and design. So in this article, Display and Design Comparison Between Galaxy Fold and Mate Xn we extended, the Mate X, and you’re left with an 8-inch OLED panel with a sharper 2480 x 2200 resolution. And Unfold the Galaxy Fold gives you a 7.3-inch OLED screen with 2152 x 1536 resolution.


Folded up, the two devices also offer a contrast in screens. The Galaxy Fold features a single and quite small, 4.6-inch panel with HD+ resolution. You actually get two screens because of the way the Mate X folds — a front-facing 6.6-inch display (2480 x 1148) and a 6.4-inch screen (2480 x 982) on the back of the device.

The different screen real estate reflects the different approaches Samsung and Huawei have taken with their phones. The Galaxy Fold opens like a book on a hinge, with the 7.3-inch main display tucked inside and the 4.6-inch panel on the outer cover. To get the larger screen on the Mate X, you fold the front and rear displays into each other. You press a button to unhinge the screen so that it folds out.

It’s worth noting that there’s a small gap between the front and back covers of the Galaxy Fold when it’s folded up. The Mate X’s screens lie flat against one another.

Galaxy Fold have shown a visible crease down the middle of the phone’s screen where it folds. Some users have spotted the same issue with the Mate X. Chalk it up to the plastic displays the two phones have to use, as flexible glass for foldable phones is still a little ways off.

Samsung is offering more colors for the Galaxy Fold, which comes in Space Silver, Cosmos Black, Martian Green, and Astro Blue. You can get the Mate X in any color you want so long as it’s Interstellar Blue.

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