Last week, as Motorola was unveiling its new Razr phone, Huawei launched the Mate X folding phone in China. On Wednesday the Chinese tech giant revealed how much repairs will cost, reports Sina. Replacing the 8-inch display will cost 7,080 Chinese yuan, which converts to $1,000, AU$1,479 and £780. The Huawei Mate X is a particularly expensive folding phone, selling in China for 16,999 yuan, roughly $2,400, AU$3,550 and £1,860. For comparison, Motorola's buzz-creating Razr will sell for $1,499 (converts to AU$2,200, £1,160) and the Samsung Galaxy Fold costs $1,980, AU$2,999 and £1,999.