"The main notable difference between the two, other than the fact that the new model supports 5G networks is the reduced battery capacity.
"The Mate 20 X (5G) has a 4,200mAh cell, down 800mAh from the original's 5,000 mAh battery. While that's rather disappointing, the capacity is still nothing to be ashamed of, and for the Mate 20 X (5G) there's also support for 40W fast charging (whereas the non-5G Mate 20 X gets only 22.5W)," the GSMArena reported on Thursday.
The Huawei device joins a handful of 5G-enabled handsets already coming to Britain, which include Oppo Reno, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and the super-premium Galaxy Fold as soon as it is ready to launch again.
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