Finally, some good news for Huawei!
After the recent ban in USA, Huawei did suffer internationally, but now it’s ready to conquer its home market with the launch of its first 5G phone. The good news is, China’s Compulsory Certification (CCC) has approved the Huawei Mate 20 X (5X) and certified it with the model EVR-AN00. Therefore the device will be ready to hit the market any moment now.
This Mate 20 X (5G) is an upgraded version of the basic Mate 20X.
- 5G connectivity
- Faster 40W charging compared
- Is powered by a Kirin 980 SoC
- Supported by Balong 5000.
Unfortuately, the battery department took a slight decrease to 4,200 mAh compared to the 5,000 on the standard Mate 20 X.
The smartphone will come in a beautiful Emerald Green color and will sport a 5G logo on the back. It is expected to come with a price tag of RMB 12,800 (approximately Rs 1,28,300)
This is not just a huge step for the company or the country, but technology in general. As we started our journey from 2G networks a few years back, this movement towards faster and better connection would be an important global milestone.
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