The most obvious of these is, of course, the screen size, making it more than a tablet than a phone. It is an OLED panel and has a Full HD + resolution, with a 18.7: 9 aspect ratio.
Larger dimensions also imply that Huawei was able to fit a larger battery of 5,000mAh in 20X compared to 4,000mAh of Mate 20. The company claims the phone is 30% more efficient.
Given the features similar to the tablet, Huawei has made some software changes so that using 20X in landscape mode will give a tablet-like UI.
In addition, Mate 20X is very similar to the smallest model, with a Kirin 980 processor that empowers everything. The camera’s configuration is also imitated, with a 40MP main camera paired with a 8MP 2x zoom telephoto lens and a 20MP wide angle lens.
The Mate 20X version of the 6GB + 128GB version will be available in Europe for $899 from October 26th.