Huawei Mate X adopts the Eagle wing folding form to become the company’s first 5G network mobile phone, supporting 5G + 4G dual card dual standby, priced at 2,299 euros, listed around June this year.
After reviewing by many media, in the special speech of Yu Chengdong MWC 2019, the final link also mentioned a detail, that is, the upgraded version of Mate 20 X will also support 5G network. Perhaps because of the simultaneous interpretation of the simultaneous interpretation of the Matebook 20, resulting in few reports in the country.
In this way, the upgraded version of Mate 20 X should be Huawei’s second mobile phone supporting 5G network. Unfortunately, Huawei officials did not give more details, including when to go public and there are no changes other than the 5G network.
The Mate 20 X currently on sale uses a 7.2-inch drop screen, integrated Kirin 980 chip, graphene cooling technology, Leica three-shot, 5000mAh large battery, 6+128GB listing price of 4999 yuan ($745.41). For Huawei engineers, the difficulty of plugging in the Balong 5000 5G baseband chip is much easier than mass production of Mate X. If listed, the price will definitely be more than Mate X.