Huawei Mate Xs gets 3C certification, will have 65W charging

Ivan, 27 December 2019

Huawei's second-gen foldable has received a certification from the Chinese 3C regulator. According to the leaked document from the regulator the Huawei TAH-AN00m, which will be called the Mate Xs, will be capable of 65W wired charging.

Huawei Mate Xs gets 3C certification, will have 65W charging

The Huawei Mate Xs will bring an improved hinge design and use the latest Kirin 990 5G chipset. It's also expected to be lighter than its predecessor.

If Huawei's development goes to plan, the Mate Xs will make its first official appearance at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of February.

Huawei will be looking to sell the device in Europe, but whether that will be with or without Google services remains to be seen.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Dec 2019
  • mT@

From an efficiency standpoint, this is a clear winner. Of course there are weaknesses seeing this is a first gen product. What now needs to be done is strengthening of the screen via better materials, perhaps also also some sort of protective sleeve ...

  • NK
  • 29 Dec 2019
  • 34v

Sure... the Fold show us how the screen is "protected" at the hinge, and how praticable it is to us the phone when closed. The only thing you need to change for an outward to get working is to use UTFG. Take care of your b*lls, there's some elephant ...

  • Smartkool
  • 28 Dec 2019
  • S3$

The person who ever thought folding a phone with the screen on the outside was a good idea should have his b*lls crushed by an elephant and then put in a blender. IF you think folding phones will ever work, IF! Then atleast make it so it has a purpos...

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