Huawei It continues to threaten the United States, at least officially, with phone devices, as this Friday they introduced the foldable Mate X5 and Mate 60 Pro+, which will have satellite calling.

US doubts about both devices are that both phones will likely also be powered by Huawei’s mysterious HiSilicon Kirin 9000S processor, whose 7nm process node has raised concerns about whether local chip supplier SMIC (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation) has violated ) US sanctions for accessing foreign devices. Chip manufacturing technology.

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Buddy The exterior of the Mate X5 comes in a new Phantom Purple color that joins the Feather White, Feather Black, Feather Gold and Green Mountain options that were also available on the Mate X3.

The camera island on the back also has a slightly redesigned design, but the cameras remain the same: a 50MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture, a 13MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera, and a 12MP f/3.4s periscope 5x optical zoom. .

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The Mate X5 also packs a 5,060mAh battery with support for 66W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and 7.5W reverse wireless charging. The device boots HarmonyOS 4 and provides new air gesture controls that let you navigate videos, web pages, and images without touching the home screen. The Mate X5 is also IPX8 waterproof and supports BeiDou two-way satellite messaging in China.

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Mate 60 Pro+

This Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ has 16 GB of RAM (versus 12 GB for the Pro) and 512 GB or 1 TB of internal memory. It can be expanded using a Huawei-patented NM card (which is still up to 256GB after all these years).

The screen is a 6.82-inch LTPO OLED, the same as the Pro’s, but the edge is a little sharper: it has a resolution of 1260 x 2720 pixels. It is a 10-bit panel with a refresh rate of 1Hz to 120Hz and a touch sampling rate of 300Hz. Brightness is controlled using high-frequency PWM control at 1440 Hz.

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The Pro+ also has three punch-hole displays: one for the 13MP selfie camera and two for the 3D ToF system.

As for the rear camera, the main module has a 48 MP sensor and a lens with OIS support and variable aperture (f/1.4-f/4.0). It is joined by a periscope with a 48MP sensor and a 90mm f/3.0 lens with OIS. Finally, the ultra-wide-angle camera has been upgraded to a 40MP sensor (up from 12MP on the other two Mate 60s).

The battery system is unchanged, with a capacity of 5,000 mAh that can be charged at 88W via USB-C or 50W wirelessly (both using Huawei’s proprietary technology). There’s also 20W reverse wireless charging if you need to charge other devices. By the way, the USB-C port is designed for USB 3.1 Gen 1.

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 6 (ax) and Bluetooth 5.2 with LDAC and L2HC codecs. There is also NFC on board, and there is also an IR blaster.

Source: Digital Trends

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