With the era of 5G connectivity upon us, we are gearing up to enjoy the next step of connectivity with faster Internet speeds and download rates never seen before. Regionally, telecom operators have started developing 5G commercial deployments, putting GCC countries in the first wave of the 5G rollout. At the frontlines of this step is Huawei, with the HUAWEI Mate 20 X (5G), the first available 5G smartphone from the brand.
Powered by a dual-chipset setup consisting of the Kirin 980, Huawei’s fastest chipset yet and the Balong 5000, Huawei’s first multi-mode chipset which supports 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G, users can now enjoy efficient processing and unprecedented high-speed connectivity. The chipset also supports both NSA and SA network architecture Thanks to this powerful chipset system, users can now enjoy download rates of a shocking 4.6 Gbps.
 Actual user experience is based on telecom operators' networks and associated deployments.
What does this mean for users? With access to this new technology, users will be able enjoy super-fast Internet speeds like faster download speeds as well as an unprecedented network connection for all kinds of daily tasks.
Additionally, HUAWEI Mate 20 X (5G) users can take advantage of these high speed connections, for a superior movie streaming or gaming experience, complemented by its Ultra-large 7.2” OLED FHD+ display. Extended sessions will be free from interruptions thanks to the 5G connectivity as well as the large 4,200 mAh battery with 40W HUAWEI SuperCharge. Users will also be safe from overheating with the HUAWEI SuperCool Technology with a graphene film and vapor chamber.
HUAWEI Mate 20 X (5G) users can also enjoy unrivalled photography with the powerful Matrix Triple Camera system. Packed with three Leica cameras, a 40MP wide angle, 20MP Ultra-Wide angle and the 8MP telephoto camera, this camera system is capable of taking stunning photos in any scenario, ranging from macro to ultra-wide photography.
Focused on customer-centric technologies, Huawei has been working on developing 5G networks and devices as early as 2009, hiring over 300 top experts by 2013 with a massive investment of $600 million into 5G research. As of 2019, Huawei has over 1000s of employees in 5G research and 46 commercial 5G contracts globally.