One of the highlight features of the Huawei Mate 20 X is its OLED screen, which measures 7.2 inches and has a resolution of 2244x1080. Now that phones regularly launch with screens around the 6-inch size, we don't often use the term "phablet", but the Mate 20 X and its 7.2-inch screen seems like it'd fit the bill for a phablet device in 2018.
To help you take advantage of that big screen, Huawei has included stylus support with the Mate 20 X. The new phone works with Huawei's M-Pen stylus to let you take notes and more on the Mate 20 X's huge screen.
Like its Mate 20 siblings, the Mate 20 X also offers a triple rear camera setup, which includes a 40MP wide angle lens, 20MP ultra wide angle sensor, and 8MP telephoto camera. There's autofocus and Huawei AI Image Stabilization included as well as a flash. And around front in the Mate 20 X's waterdrop-style notch is a 24MP selfie camera.
Huawei is also placing a big focus on gaming with the Mate 20 X. In addition to its big screen, the phone offers a Kirin 980 processor and GPU Turbo 2.0 tech for faster gaming performance. There's also Huawei SuperCool tech, a cooling system that uses Vapour Chamber and Graphene Film to help keep your Mate 20 X cool during intense gaming sessions. And when it comes to audio, the Mate 20 X offers a stereophonic sound system.
To help keep the Mate 20 X going all day long, Huawei has included a 5000mAh battery. Thankfully, there's also Huawei's SuperCharge high-speed charging tech included so that you can refill that big battery in a hurry.
The Huawei Mate 20 X will launch with Android 9 Pie running below Huawei's custom EMUI 9 user interface. It'll arrive in Europe on October 26th at a price of €899 ($1,041 USD).