Our most anticipated Huawei Mate XS 5G is finally here. The foldable device that is two in one at the same time. That is only because it can switch to a smartphone and a tablet in a jiffy. 😃.
We all have been waiting to see the Huawei Mate XS get to customers hands right from the very day it made her first official appearance at MWC 2019. While most foldable phones looked very much alike, the Mate XS is spectacular.
Seeing this smartphone alone demonstrate a clear evidence of the solid amount of creativity God put inside us. Come to think of it, who would imagine smartphones would head this way.
The Huawei Mate XS is a futuristic smartphone that deserves to be your number one dream smartphone in Nigeria. If you are considering buying one already, just remember that it is expensive.
Huawei Mate Xs Key features
Launched: March, 2020
Unfolded: 8 inches OLED
Folded: 6.6 inches OLED
Unfolded: 2480 x 2200p
Folded: 2480 x 1148p
Camera: 40MP + 16MP + 8MP + Depth
Selfie camera: Same as main
CPU: Kirin 990 5G
GPU: 16-Core Mali-G76
Software: EMUI 10.01 [Android 10]
SIM-Slot: Dual (nano-SIM)
Color: Interstellar blue
Huawei Mate Xs Price in Nigeria
When it comes to price, the Huawei Mate XS is expensive. It nailed a $2,400 price in the US and around £1,864 in UK. In Nigeria, her price is about #876,000.
It is now available for purchase globally, whether you are in the US, UK or Nigeria. It comes in interstellar blue color and can be bought in online and offline stores.
Design & Display
The Huawei Mate XS is the best designed foldable yet as far as 2020 first quarter is concerned. From top to bottom, the Mate XS is outstanding. This is a very unique piece of Tech that you wouldn’t mind paying a whooping sum to get.
Huawei have once again proven to everyone that they did not only deserve to be at the top but they can also demonstrate some high level of brilliance when it comes to smartphone inventions.
If you thinking about buying a foldable smartphone that will make you happy, I strongly recommend you think about the Huawei Mate XS. It’s got a falcon wing design and a stunning fullView display that offers immense details and vivid colors.
You get the advantage of navigating between two awesome large 8.0 inch and 6.6 inch screens to handle at the same time. The display can adaptively adjust an app to suite the size of display you are working with.
You also get a lot of flexibility with security on the power button which have now plays a secondary role as fingerprint reader. This makes it very easy to wake up and unlock your phone securely ASAP!
One thing I love about the design of the Huawei Mate XS is the position of the cameras. Could you believe this thing have no selfie camera; the main camera does everything.
Camera & Battery
Since the Huawei Mate XS folds outwardly, it was very easy to station a Leica Quad Rear Camera at the back to serve dual purpose. It is just so amazing to have the same picture quality irrespective of the angle you decide to shot from in Nigeria.
Let’s take a look at the numbers. We’ve got a 40 MP (Wide Angle Lens, f/1.8 aperture) + 16 MP (Ultra Wide Angle Lens, f/2.2 aperture) + 8 MP (Telephoto, f/2.4 aperture, OIS) and a Time-of-Flight (TOF) Camera. The image quality here is great.
The 40 MP Supersensing Camera absorbs efficient light and details to capture the amazing scenes and people in the dark. There is this thing called mirror shooting on the camera App. When the Mate XS is folded, it let’s you see how you look even before photos are taken.
Since the rear camera doubles as the front camera after the phone is folded, there is no need for a selfie camera. The main supports autofocus (that includes phase focus, contrast focus and Huawei’s AI Image Stabilization.
The battery available here is a 4500mAh non removable battery that can last for a full day of heavy use in Nigeria. It comes with Huawei’s supercharge Max 55W which is capable of reducing charging time by a reasonable inch. You get about 85% in 30 minutes.
Software & Specs
The Huawei Mate XS comes with an already installed EMUI 10.0.1 UI based on Android 10. The user interface on this device is magnificent. The number thing you will appreciate very much here is her excellent multitasking.
On the spec sheet is an 8 GB RAM and 512 GB ROM which can be expandable via microSD card slot up to 256 GB. The Huawei Mate XS has a Kirin 990 5G CPU that runs on either the 2.86 GHz, 2.36 GHz or 1.95 GHz octa-core processor
What’s inside the Box?
When you the Huawei Mate XS in Nigeria, here is what you will find inside.
1）Phone (battery and protective film included)
2）Quick Start Guide
4）Type-C digital headset
8）Folding Protective Case x 1
9) Warranty card [Dependent on market]
10) Precautions card
11）Folding Protective Case Installation Guide
Huawei got everyone thinking ever since the Mate XS came out. Now that it is now occupying shelves, there is every reason to be very much interested in buying this foldable smartphone in Nigeria.
But wait! We can’t deny the fact that it is very expensive but the truth is; all foldable smartphones in Nigeria are expensive. However, there are two things to love here: her form factor and the functionality of the camera.