Today, Huawei unveiled Mate X5 foldable phone, which comes with fast network access. The launch marks the skip of the Huawei Mate X4 and a direct jump from the Mate X3, which was unveiled in March this year.
The new Huawei Mate X5 comes with a 7.85-inch main foldable screen and a 6.4-inch cover screen. Once folded the phone works via cover display.
The company is shipping the inner screen specifications in two versions – with or without the LTPO refresh rate. The standard 12GB RAM version has a 120hz refresh rate, while the 16GB RAM Collector’s Edition equips a 1-120Hz LTPO adaptive refresh rate.
The screen is protected with second-generation Kunlun glass, which is more durable and drop-resistant. The design is identical to the Huawei Mate X3, which now includes a new purple color variant.
This new foldable Mate X5 brings the Lingxi AI algorithm, which selects the best network for the smartphone. It consists of a Lingxi antenna, which is ultra-sensitive and improves signal perception. That’s not it, the phone also uses dual-mode tuning technology to improve the signal strength of the antennas around the frame.
Aside from these upgrades, Huawei Mate X5 is using the new Kirin 9000s chipset, which possibly supports 5G connectivity. On the flip side, the phone also has two-way Beidou satellite SMS. Its counterpart in the Huawei Mate 60 series brings satellite calling. The Huawei Mate X5 packs two high-silicon anode battery packs, combining a capacity of 5000mAh.
Huawei Mate X5 features a triple rear camera system including a 50 MP super sensing camera with f/1.8 aperture. The secondary is a 13MP ultra wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture. The third one is a 12MP periscope telephoto camera with f/3.4 aperture.
Huawei Mate X5 unveiled with HarmonyOS 4 out of the box. The phone supports an air gesture feature, a new always-on display, and lock screen personalization.
(source – Huawei)