Huawei has yet another foldable smartphone that is expected to launch during the MWC 2020 event or early second quarter of this year. Dubbed Mate Xs, the foldable phone will carry a stylus just like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The Mate Xs will succeed the Mate X that was launched last year. The device was earlier spotted in 3C certification website with a model number TAH-AN00m. As per the 3C certification, the device comes with a 65W fast charger. Now, strengthening the evidence we got from 3C, a popular tipster leaked the schematics and more information about the 65W charger.
According to the fresh leak, Huawei’s 65W fast charger with name Super Charge weighs just 92g as compared to the earlier generation charger, which weighs 160g. Huawei is currently using the 65W power adapter that weighs 160g for the MateBook 13/14 2020 notebooks. The same adapter also supports Huawei Mate 30 and 30 Pro too.
As for the Huawei Mate Xs, the foldable phone is likely to come with an improved hinge design. As per the design patent filed by Huawei (rendered by 91mobiles), the Mate Xs will sport four cameras on the outside (rear) and two on the inside, will have a stylus pen. The upcoming foldable phone will equip the latest Kirin 990 processor that offer 5G support with an integrated 5G modem. The same chipset is already used by the Huawei Mate 30 series and the upcoming Huawei P40 and P40 Pro will also use the same.
The Huawei Mate Xs is expected to be announced during the MWC 2020 event and may go on sale in March. Huawei might make the device available in European countries too.