HUAWEI MATE X SPECS LEAKS AHEAD OF ITS RELEASE DATE
Huawei Mate X could have been launch last month based on speculations, but from all indications, there isn’t hope of the foldable phone sooner than one could imagine. A report from China’s TENAA certification board proves that it could potentially change.
For the purpose of clarity, the OLED panel embedded on Huawei Mate X has a dimension of 8-inches with a resolution of 2,480 by 2,200 pixels, which is about 414 pixels-per-inch, this proves its pixel is less than that you will find on the Mate 20 Pro (538 pixel-per-inch). However, when compared with Huawei P30 Pro that was launched early this year, you will find out it’s higher than the 398 pixel-per-inch. Currently one isn’t certain of the actual specification in this respect, but bear in mind it should be either way.
The details of Huawei Mate X are revealed in the certification document, with model number TAH-AN00. While on the other hand, it’s understood the only competitor with this smartphone at the moment is Samsung Galaxy Fold, which has a 362 pixel-per-inch display.
Reports from TENAA detail analysis indicate, Huawei Mate X will be powered by a 4,400mAh battery capacity, a different cell unlike we were informed will be included as part of its design specification – practically smaller than the 4,500mAh battery. This change could be one of the reasons behind the delays in its release date.
Prior to this development, the company had earlier confirmed the price of Mate X models will start from $1,839, precisely for its 128GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM specification. Which shows Mate P30 Pro with 8GB RAM, and also cost less could be preferred, based on the official report in the TENAA approved
The actual measurement of Huawei Mate X was actually published in this last leak, which weighs two hundred and eighty
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