Huawei's Mate X will reportedly be launched in September at the latest, after being . The time frame for its foldable phone launch was confirmed by a Huawei exec, TechRadar reported Friday afternoon.
"It's coming in September at the latest," Vincent Peng, a senior vice president at the company, told TechRadar. "Probably earlier, but definitely September is guaranteed."
"We're doing a lot of tests," Peng told the Journal.
Korean tech giant Samsung also had to delay the launch of its foldable phone. It had initially planned to launch the in April, but review units suffered from problems including bubbling under the screen and displays breaking. The company then postponed the release of the device.
Earlier this week, Samsung reportedly, leaving the Korean tech giant's foldable phone launch date still up in the air.
AT&T has sent cancellation notices to those who preordered the Galaxy Fold, citing Samsung's delay in releasing the device. Customers who preordered the Fold will receive a $100 AT&T promotional credit. This followed Best Buy canceling Galaxy Fold preorders in May due to Samsung not providing a new release date.
Huawei didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.