Last month, we reported that the highly anticipated Huawei Mate X foldable smartphone had been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority. The certification authority revealed most of the device’s key specs within it’s database except for it’s official images.
However, that doesn’t seems to be the case anymore. Today, the Huawei Mate X’s TENAA listing has finally been updated with its latest official images. Although earlier reports have claimed that the Mate X had underwent some changes in its design, but we culdn’t really tell what exactly have been changed from the images we saw here.
The only visible changes we could see here is the additional ToF sensor located below the initial triple-camera setup which we saw during the MWC 2019 earlier this year. Similarly, we can also see a redesigned power button on the Mate X as well.
As of now, Huawei has yet to reveal an official launch date for the Mate X even though reports have been suggesting that the launch date has been postponed again.
Huawei Mate X 5G Specifications
The TENAA listing of the Huawei Mate X states that it measures 161.3 x 146.2 x 11mm and it weighs 287 grams. It will be arriving in China in colors like Star Blue and more. The foldable phone features an 8-inch OLED display that offers 2480 x 2200. TENAA listing of the phone has no details on the secondary AMOLED display that measures 6.6 inches and supports 2480 x 1148 pixels resolution. It has a minimum rated battery of 4,400mAh capacity.
The Kirin 980 chipset powers the Mate X. As per TENAA listing, it may come in models like 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage and 12 GB RAM + 512 GB storage. The EMUI 9 based Android 9 Pie OS runs on the device. For more storage, the Mate X supports up to 256 GB of nanoSD card.
The Mate X is equipped with quad camera setup on its rear that includes a 40-megapixel main lens, a 16-megapixel sensor, an 8-megapixel lens and a 3D ToF sensor. The Mate X has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The 3C listing of the smartphone has already confirmed that the first foldable phone from the company will carry support for 55W fast charging.