ASUS and Razer might have a stranglehold on the gaming smartphone market, but Chinese smartphone giant Huawei is rumored to enter the market with the new Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, and the huge Mate 20X.
Huawei's purported Mate 20X is expected to be absolutely huge with a 7.21-inch OLED display and a native resolution of 2240x1080. Inside, it should be powered with the Kirin 980 SoC, 8GB of RAM, and Huawei's own GPU Turbo technology.
The company is teasing that it is hosting an event in London on October 16 for the new Mate 20X smartphone with a tease of #HigherIntelligence (so expect AI technology of course) and the #UltimatePerformance. The tweet from the official Huawei page on Twitter shows someone holding the Mate 20X and its in ice.
Huawei teases "in the heat of battle, stay cool with #HUAWEIMate20X". With the Mate 20X rolling out with a huge 7.21-inch display the company has much more room to build out a great cooling system that should allow both the CPU and GPU to run at maximum clocks while staying cool.
We only have a few days to wait for Huawei to unveil their new Mate 20X smartphone, but does this interest you enough to get your attention and sway you into buying a "gaming smartphone"?
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