Chinese tech giant Huawei has unveiled its new foldable smartphone, the Mate X-S, its answer to Samsung's latest model.
But it launched it in an online broadcast instead of at a global tech show because of the coronavirus.
The Mate X-S uses Huawei's flagship 5G chips.
But unlike its predecessor, the Mate X, it uses its own OS rather than Google's Android system, Huawei having been blacklisted by the U.S. last year for its alleged ties to the Chinese government.
The device will retail for around 27-hundred U.S. dollars, and go on global sale next month.
Huawei was supposed to launch it at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but the coronavirus prompted the organizers to cancel it.