Chinese manufacturer Huawei has been preparing for 2020 the second generation of its folding smartphone, Mate Xs, officially unveiled during the month of October, and another news about the device has recently come through another leak.
According to certification obtained by the Chinese Compulsory Certificate (3C), the Huawei TAH-AN00M, codenamed by the company to Mate Xs, the device had fast charging support of up to 65W.
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In the past generation, Mate X had a 4500 mAh battery and 55W charging support, which guaranteed it to charge up to 85% on the smartphone battery in just 30 minutes. With this new support, the company should be equipping the Mate Xs with an even bigger battery, as well as ensuring future handset users an extremely fast charge for their future folding smartphone.
Speaking of the new features already confirmed by Huawei for Mate Xs, the handset will feature an improved design compared to Mate X, but maintaining the line identity, and is equipped with the new chipset, the Kirin 990 5G. Other specifications of the device have not yet been released by the Chinese company.
Huawei is expected to introduce Mate Xs to the general public during the Mobile World Congress 2020, which will take place February 24-27, 2020 in the Spanish city of Barcelona, and intends to officially launch the handset during the second half. 2020.
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