Huawei Mate 20X Gaming Smartphone to Launch on Oct 16

Technology       by Nozair Hanif Mirza | Published

Technology by Nozair Hanif Mirza | Published

Jumia is a big name in the Kenyan online shopping business and it is for this reason many companies entering the local smartphone market want a piece of the giant retailer's market reach. These processors are used both in Huawei and Honor smartphones, with flagship handsets from Huawei getting the Kirin 970 until now. The Mate 20 Pro sports a traditional-looking notch design to house a 3D camera for face unlock, just like on the Apple iPhone XS and OPPO Find X. As of now, there aren't many details about the phone. These devices are expected to be launched on October 16.

In that 10 seconds teaser video below, it seems to suggest that the Mate 20X is made for gaming.

Now that smartphone manufacturers are dropping the much-needed 3.5mm headphone jack, Huawei might soon add another smartphone in the bandwagon with the upcoming Huawei Mate 20 series.

Huawei's purported Mate 20X is expected to be absolutely huge with a 7.21-inch OLED display and a native resolution of 2240x1080.

Apart from the Huawei Mate 20X, the company will also launch its Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro smartphones on October 16. WinFuture notes that there remains a third, unknown Mate 20 phone that we haven't seen leak yet. The HUAWEI P20 Pro also features a color temperature sensor with f/1.8, f/1.6 and f/2.4 wide aperture to capture clearer, and more vibrant photos in low light. To put things into context, the duo Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro released a year ago had a headphone jack and not respectively. You all know that Huawei has its own processor, therefore, the latest processor which this smartphone is having is the Kirin 980. While the standard Mate 20 is depicted with a rear fingerprint sensor, the Mate 20 Pro will feature an in-display reader. We will be presented with the entire specification sheet only after the official launch.

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