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The Huawei Mate X5 with a bendable display is official

The Huawei Mate X5 with a bendable display is official

Huawei has recently formalized its smartphones by surprise, with the Mate 60 series, for example, arriving quietly, without fanfare, and now consisting of three members. Perhaps no one expected the launch of the Mate X3’s bendable-display successor, the

The bendable display of the Huawei Mate The latter is protected by a layer of Kunlun glass against physical impacts. Both displays feature a 120Hz refresh rate.

Newly, the Mate X5 is also sold in purple, so in addition to the previous white, gold and green colors, a new color has now been added.

The design of the rear camera array has been a bit varied, but we get basically the same modules this time around as well. The primary camera of the Huawei Mate

Huawei’s latest bendable smartphone comes with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, but it’s not yet known, at least from official sources, what chipset is connected to this configuration.

Several Chinese insiders claim that the Kirin 9000s chipset is responsible for powering the recently debuted Mate 60 models, which are also said to feature a 5G modem, likely the same 7nm processor behind the bendable mobile phone.

The Huawei Mate X5 has a completely new antenna design, which is said to enable better reception. The Lingxi antenna system is complemented by an artificial intelligence algorithm that can choose the optimal network, thus ensuring the best connection. The antennas around the frame of the smartphone have been upgraded with dual mode tuning, that too for better signal quality.

Another important element inside the Huawei Mate X5 is the battery, which this time is slightly larger, with a capacity of 5060 mAh. The battery is compatible with 66W wired fast charging, but we can also use 50W wireless chargers to make up for the lost power. The bendable phone also supports 7.5W reverse wireless charging.

The Huawei Mate The bendable smartphone’s exterior is water-resistant according to IPX8 protection, in addition to supporting two-way satellite messaging via the BeiDou network. Pricing details have not been published yet.

source: GSMArena

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