IT Home reported on July 10 that Mate20X5G, the 5G smartphone of Huashi, will be released in Shenzhen Huawei Bantian Base on July 26. According to relevant sources, the product will be launched as soon as August.
Compared with the ordinary version of Mate20X, the shape of Mate20X5G has basically no change, but there are more 5G logos on the back, and a new color emerald is added.
In addition, it also supports SA/NSA 5G dual-mode mobile phones.
In terms of configuration, Huawei Mate20X5G, besides the newly added 5G multi-mode terminal chip Baron 5000, is almost the same as the ordinary version. It uses a 7.2-inch display screen with a resolution of 2244 x 1080, a Kirin 980 processor, 8GB memory + 256GB storage, a rear 40 million + 20 million + 8 million camera, and a battery capacity of 420 mAh (standard). The standard version is 5000 mAh, but it adds support for 40W fast charging.
In addition, the official Weibo of Huawei Terminal also announced today that Huawei 5G CPEPro has obtained Chinas first 5G wireless data terminal telecommunications equipment access license, which is the first smart router in China to support 5G all-network communication. Officially, Hua5G CPEPro carries Huaweis first self-developed 7Nm multi-mode 5G chip, Balong 5000. The peak download rate of 5G is up to 2.3Gbps. A super-clear movie can be cached in 3 seconds, and a 5GSIM card can be inserted to enjoy the 5G wireless broadband experience.
Source: Editor-in-Charge of IT Home: Qiao Junjing_NBJ11279