Huawei introduced the 5G version of Mate 20 X, last May when the UK launched a 5G network. With a smaller battery capacity, this device was later announced on other European markets.
Today, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei Technologies Consumer Business Group revealed on Weibo that Mate 20 X (5G) will be officially released in China on July 26. After the listing in August, consumers can experience it. Not surprisingly, the company will officially announce a series of key information such as the date and price of the phone. Whether for the average consumer or the mobile phone industry, this release is of great significance.
The latest generation network is reported to be available in major cities of China, such as Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen. Meanwhile, this Smartphone was first announced in the UK and marketed for GBP999 (about $1243). But for the Chinese market and other international markets, this cellphone is expected to be marketed for 6999 yuan(equal to $1017).
Huawei Mate 20 X 5G will come with a design not much different from the regular version, but because the Balong 5000 modem requires a slightly wider space, this device is only supported by a battery with a capacity of 4200mAh and not 5000mAh.
Previously, leaked images appeared from Nova 5i Pro, showing the design of the cellphone. Information circulating calls this phone has a hollow screen for the front camera. The phone has a 6.26-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels.
While on the back, you will find a fingerprint sensor. Above the sensor, there is a triple rear camera setup. This time, Huawei will combine a camera with a 48MP resolution lens, 8MP, and two 2MP lenses. For selfies and video calls, Nova 5i Pro uses a 32MP resolution lens.
Meanwhile, Huawei Board of Directors and Vice President Members Catherine Chen said that the Hongmeng OS operating system was never intended to replace Android. Huawei developed the operating system for use in the business segment and IoT.
This operating system is called Chen is more intended for industrial use and has been developed in the long term, before the discussion of questioning the replacement of Android was busy talking about the trade war between the United States and China.
Do not forget to follow us on our Facebook group and page to keep you always aware of the latest advances, News, Updates, review, and giveaway on smartphones, tablets, gadgets and more from the technology world of the future.