Anonymous, 22 Apr 2019Not sure about rest of Europe but it released properly in UK. I did not know that.
When i search for it here in Slovakia it will finds me big zero among all the companies which sells cellphones which is good 150+ companies.
I think I'll keep my Mate 20 X thanks. I'm happy with 22.5W Supercharge speeds with it's 5000mAh battery. Plus 5G is a few years away from being rolled out properly here in the UK.
What's the point of having a 5G smartphone right now when 5G's still not available worldwide? I mean, sure, you're getting a more faster, more efficient modem that brings lower latency to the table, but that simply isn't enough for me to compromise on something that's far more important for day-to-day use; the battery capacity. Having that instead of 5G is more important for me to be honest
BigDisplay, 18 Apr 2019I would never change my L29 version for the 5g version. 5000mah can give me around 1½ d... moreI agree.. i had my mate 20 x for one week and it is amazing phone. I hope that they will start selling mate x series her in denmark so we dont need to inport it..
i dont know why Huawei are doing this, i think is better to develop a Mate 30 and put the 5G modem in it...
Mate 20X is almost obsolete, almost 1 year old so, people will buy the new Mate 30X not the Mate 20X.
i toesnt matter, people dont will buy it only for the 5G, and pay more 150/200 so, D.O.A
The problem is the no-name memory card, not a
smaller batery. If they change with normal microSD
card, it will be the perfect phone to buy.
Well mate 20 X hasnt been released for europe so making new version for just asian people thanks no.
I would never change my L29 version for the 5g version. 5000mah can give me around 1½ days of juice with heavy use.
I never use the super charge on my phone, normal and fast charge is what i use and this is enough for me.
And we dont even have 5g here in Denmark, before 2020 or 2021, so no hurry here because of this.