After being rumors that were widely discussed by gadget lovers on a number of social media channels, Huawei officially announced the presence of Huawei Mate 20X (5G) . As the name implies, this is a variation of the Mate 20X which was launched in November 2018.
Of course, the main difference between the two smartphones, in addition to the fact that this latest model supports 5G networks, is a smaller battery capacity. Yes! Huawei Mate 20X (5G) only has a 4,200 mAh battery, or down 800 mAh from the battery capacity available on the Mate 20X.
Although somewhat disappointing, the capacity is still relatively large. Moreover, the Mate 20X (5G) also supports fast charging or fast charging 40W. While the non-5G Mate 20X only has 22.5W fast charging.
For the pacemaker, the Kirin 980 is still reliable and this time it is paired with a Balong 5000 modem, a 7 nanometer 5G multi-mode chip developed by Huawei itself. In addition, the Mate 20X (5G) also supports the M-Pen stylus with a pressure level of 4,096 which is sold separately.
Some other support remains the same. For example the support of three rear cameras that have a configuration of 40 MP f / 1.8 as the main lens, 20 MP f / 2.2 as an ultra-wide lens and 8 MP f / 2.4 as a telephoto lens with support for 5x optical zoom.
This smartphone also comes with a touch screen measuring 7.2 inches and is already running with the EMUI 9 interface based on Android 9 Pie. Initial sales of smartphones will be held in England in June at a price of £ 999, or about Rp18.5 million .