Huawei Mate Xs Spotted on MIIT Listing, to Come with Kirin 990 5G and Better Hinge

Huawei Mate X

Last year, Huawei unveiled its first-ever folding smartphone dubbed Huawei Mate X Foldable phone. With the launch of Mate X, the smartphone maker became one of the few brands to launch next-gen of smartphones. The company is now working on its second foldable device dubbed Huawei Mate Xs. The Chinese brand will unveil the device next month in its homeland revealing every bit of information about it.

Ahead of the official unveiling, the smartphone has now made its way to the MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) listing. As per the listing, the device comes with a model number TAH-AN00m and has received the network certifications. The listing also reveals that the phone will support NSA/SA mode. MIIT has not yet released the photos of network access certification, core parameter information, etc.

Huawei Mate Xs

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Huawei Mate Xs: Expected Specs, Features

Huawei Mate Xs will make use of the Samsung screen with a much more durable hinge mechanism. Under the hood, it will run on Kirin 990 5G chipset. As of now, there is no information on the memory configuration of the product. For those who’re unaware, this SoC is manufactured using the 7nm fabrication process. It comes with the integration of a 5G Model making it capable of 5G connectivity. Aside from this, Huawei’s CEO Yu Chengdong previously revealed that the upcoming Mate Xs will feature better hinge design, processor and a better folding display.

Since the device has now made its way to the MIIT listing, we are expecting more information to come across our way in the coming days. The device should see its official unveiling next month at MWC 2020 conference. The expected opening date for the conference is February 24. In other related news, Huawei is also planning to sell cheaper 5G smartphones by the end of this year or early 2020.

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