Huawei Mate 20 X 5G has been spotted going through China’s 3C for certification to operate in the market. Just yesterday, the foldable Mate X received the same certification. This indicates that the 5G-compatible Mate X could launch on the same day or maybe just after the launch of the new Mate 20 X 5G in China.
Moreover, the new Huawei Mate X comes with a model number of TAH-AN00, and it will include a new power adapter as per the information provided by the certification. The Mate 20 X will come with Super Charge 40W, but it is not the same for Mate 20 X 5G. This adaptor will, however, output a maximum of 65W (20VDV @ 3.25A), based on the current certification listing.
Also, the adapter will also support devices like the Mate 20 Pro and the P30 Pro, both of which can support Super Charge 40W. The Mate X will be supporting the fastest charger for a Huawei smartphone. Previously, Huawei had released that Mate X will support 55W Super Charge, so even if the adapter is rated higher, it will limit itself according to the capacity by Mate.
Subsequently, Samsung Galaxy Fold has been delayed due to design issues and will possibly launch in July. It seems like Huawei will beat Samsung to market as the world’s first commercially available foldable smartphone from a prominent smartphone manufacturer. In China, the Mate X is believed to launch in this month. This year is definitely going to be a wild one for smartphones and tech news.