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Huawei Mate Xs second pre-order starts in UAE, first pre-orders went sold out

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On March 15, Huawei begins the first pre-order of Huawei Mate Xs 5G in UAE and sold out soon after it appeared on the website. By looking at the high demand for this foldable phone, the company has made a new stock ready for fresh pre-orders.

Huawei Mate Xs 5G in UAE opens for pre-order from March 20 at a price of AED 9999 in a limited stock via Huawei shop.

Along with the pre-orders, people will get free gifts worth AED 3698 including Huawei Watch GT 2 smartwatch, a free pair of FreeBuds 3 and 6 months of screen protection.

Huawei Mate Xs works as a dual-screen smartphone with a 6.6-inch main screen and a 6.38-inch secondary screen. Unfolding the phone will make it a giant 8-inch tablet to maximize the display experience.

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Huawei Mate Xs comes pre-installed with EMUI 10.0.1 based on Android 10 and equips with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) instead of Google Mobile Service (GMS).

The HMS provides services such as Huawei AppGallery, Huawei Assistant, and Huawei Browser. Basic services such as Huawei Mobile Cloud Application Huawei Mobile Cloud. Content services such as Huawei Music, Huawei Themes, and more.

HUAWEI MATE XS SPECIFICATIONS:

Display:
Unfolded – 8-inches (2480 x 2200)
Folded – 6.6-inches (2480 x 1148) for the front panel, 6.38 inches (2480 x 892) for the back panel

Processor: Kirin 990 5G

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RAM/Storage: 8 GB RAM + 512 GB ROM (256GB nm card upgradable)

Rear Camera: 40 MP (SuperSensing camera, f/1.8 aperture) + 16 MP (Ultra Wide Angle Lens, f/2.2 aperture) + 8 MP (Telephoto, f/2.4 aperture, OIS), 3D Depth Sensing Camera
Front Camera: Rear camera is used as a front camera.

Battery: 4500 mAh (55W – Huawei superCharge, Wireless Supercharge 27W)

Software: EMUI 10.0.1 (Android 10)

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Network: 5G (NR), 4G (TDD LTE, FDD LTE), 3G (WCDMA), 2G (GSM)

Connectivity: WLAN (802.11a), Bluetooth (5.0), USB (Type-C), Earjack (Type-C)

Sensors: Gravity Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Gyroscope, Compass, Fingerprint Sensor, Hall sensor, Barometer, Infrared sensor, color temperature sensor

Dimension, and Weight:

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Unfolded: 161.3mm (H) x 146.2mm (W) x 11mm (D) – Grip side
Unfolded: 161.3mm (H) x 146.2mm (W) x 5.4mm (D) – Other side
Folded: 161.3mm (H) x 78.5mm (W) x 11mm (D)

Weight – 300g

Other: NFC, GPS

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Price of Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 30 5G devices increasing continuedly: Report

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Huawei launched its latest flagships, the P50 series phones on July 29 with a bunch of flagship-grade features. The major highlight of these smartphones includes their high-end camera capabilities. Even the P50 Pro has ranked on top by DXOMARK for its camera performance.

After getting all the high-end features, the P50 models are still left behind in the smartphone market due to the lack of the one most demanded feature – 5G. As usual, the U.S. sanctions became a hurdle for Huawei for not having 5G access in its latest flagship.

Huawei P50 series is greatly being appreciated by the consumers but the lack of 5G is currently a major concern for some people. On the other hand, people are looking for 5G Huawei smartphones instead of going for 4G P50. Therefore, the demand for old Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 30 series 5G variants is continuously increasing.

This rise in demand leads to further increase in their pricing, reports the second-hand market platforms and several digital bloggers.

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Huawei P50 Pro Black

Last year’s Huawei Mate 40 5G has recorded the highest price hike in the second-hand market. Compared to its price of 6363 yuan in July end, which increased by 323 yuan compared to what was at the beginning of June.

Whereas, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G also gained 293 yuan in its price at the end of July compared to the beginning of June. And the current price of this handset in the second-hand market is around 4093 yuan.

Why do Huawei phones lack 5G support?

This is the most asked question by Huawei users, why do its latest flagship lack 5G connectivity? Huawei’s Consumer Business CEO, Yu Changdong said that its new flagships lack 5G because of the US sanction.

Moving on, the actual reason for not providing 5G support is due to the lack of 5G core components of the 5G radio frequency chip. The United States occupies both Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) and Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW), which plays a vital role in 5G. Read more.

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Huawei P50 series uses 5G Kirin 9000 as 4G, and it could all because of missing RF components

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On July 29, Huawei officially launched the P50 series without 5G support. This has been a major topic of discussion and there are different theories of why these flagships only have 4G.

Huawei’s Consumer Business CEO Yu Chengdong stated that the exclusion of 5G in its new devices is because of the four rounds of US sanctions. Therefore, the Chinese tech maker was forced to use the 5G Kirin 9000 only in 4G mode.

While he didn’t mention the actual reason, why the 5G is unavailable for the consumers. According to the info, a recent analysis by Security Times China disclosed that the actual reason for Huawei’s P50 4G could be the lack of core components including the 5G radio frequency (RF) chip.

Huawei P50 legend reborn

The P50 models come in two SoC variants – Kirin 9000 and Snapdragon 888. The last year’s Mate 40 series was launched with the same Kirin 9000 with an embedded 5G modem. So, the biggest question for the consumers arises, why Huawei cannot use 5G access with the same processor.

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The actual possible reason why 5G couldn’t make it to Huawei P50

Let’s understand in detail, the core 5G components uses radiofrequency waves. These wave devices are categorized into two different types – Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) and Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW).

Among them, the OEMs prefer to use BAW, which provides performance and efficient in-network data transmission.

The recent data shows that the BAW market was almost captured by the United States’ Broadcom (Broadcom, AVAGO) with 87% of the total share. While the other US semiconductor company, Qorvo has an 8% market share.

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Whereas the SAW is monopolized by both United States and Japan. The 2018 SAW filter market reports show that the Japanese manufacturer Murata has nearly half of the market share and TDK has 21%.

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As a result, the United States has control over the core filter in the 5G radio frequency chip. And since, Huawei is under U.S. sanctions the company cannot access RF components required to enable 5G in its latest flagship.

What Huawei got for the future if not 5G on its smartphones?

The necessity of 5G will gradually increase over time and the other OEMs will provide this service at a relatively less price. Whereas Huawei, which lacks the essential 5G components won’t be able to cope up with the market only until it developers its own components.

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Here’s everything about old Huawei phone memory upgrade plan

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Huawei Old devices upgrade plan

Recently, Huawei launched the Huawei smartphone memory upgrade plan for the older device in order to resolve the memory management on low-memory devices. This plan offers three storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB covering almost years old devices such as Mate 9 and P10 with the Krinn 960 SoC.

The main purpose of the company behind this hardware upgrade plan is to grant a little longer life to these devices and let the user cherished their moments with the phones for a long time. The devices not only upgrade their storage capacity but also prepares smartphones for HarmonyOS upgrade.

Coming to the memory upgrade plan, it’ll cover both Huawei and Honor devices with an upgrade cycle of 10 – 15 days. Besides, Huawei also providing the Huawei Mate 30 smartphone as a backup device to keep their data safe. The series which are decided for this hardware upgrade plan are mentioned below with their corresponding replacement campaign.

  • Huawei Mate and P Series – from July 2021
  • Huawei Nova and Enjoy Series – from August to September 2021
  • Honor Smartphones – from October to December 2021

By the spring, devices selected from these series can enjoy the memory upgrade by walking in the offline stores, where the company staff can provide them needed help. Furthermore, users can also consider the suggestions from the mini-program repaired service app. (Check Full Device List Here)

However, one thing to note that the upgrade plan is currently only available in China and may expand for global users but it’s not confirmed at the moment.

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Memory Upgrade Cost:

Users can upgrade three device capacities including 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB at the discounted price that is charged on the basis of storage after the upgrade. Among all the memory options the 256GB seems to fit for all kinds of usage and is suitable for hardware compatibility as well. Below you can check the cost for memory upgrade-

  • Starting with 369 Yuan for 128GB of memory
  • Starting with 529 Yuan for 256GB of memory
  • Starting with 999 Yuan for 512GB of memory

Below you can check the detailed pricing of each model along with their memory variants.

Huawei Memory upgrade plan

Somehow this campaign will prove to be a great help in the establishment of the HarmonyOS as it only relies on the company smartphone for the moment. Besides, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group has announced that HarmonyOS has been installed on over 40 million devices showing the steady development of the operating system.

However, the smartphone chip shortage is still a problem in the smartphone industry and with Huawei’s current situation it only gets worst. The rise in the self-sufficient semiconductor chain is the only hope for the company to shine again.

(Source – MyDrivers)

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