Huawei currently has two 5G-ready smartphones. The first (and most expensive) is the folding Huawei Mate X, which will be available in limited quantities starting this summer. But for consumers with smaller budgets, the Chinese brand is also developing a 5G version of Huawei Mate 20 X.
The regular model for those of you who do not know yet offers a triple camera tuning in the back that produces impressive photos even when low light scenarios. In addition, it includes Huawei's own Kirin 980 – which is almost equal to the Snapdragon 855 in terms of performance ̵
1; a minimum of 6GB of RAM, and a massive 7.2-inch OLED display that is connected to a huge 5000mAh battery. and fast 22.5 W support.
Until today, the 5G version of Huawei Mate X was expected to have almost the same features. But since reveals
from an internal industry, support for next generation networks can bring a fairly high cost. In fact, instead of using a huge 5,000 mAh battery, as well as its 4G brother, it is claimed that the 5G will debut with a dramatically smaller cell of 4,200mAh.
Support enhanced Huawei's 40W fast charging technology. This means that, like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro, the Mate 20 X 5G users need to be able to achieve a 70% charge in just 30 minutes.
The 4200mAh battery inside the Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro produces star battery performance, but both phones have significantly smaller displays – 6.4 and 6.5 inches respectively, so it will remain to be seen how the battery runs against the 7.2-inch 5G Mate 20 X panel. It is also worth noting that the 5G modems are less efficient than the standard 4G LTE, which will further affect the battery life. "/>