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Huawei Mate X achieves 1Gbps in speed tests with 5G network


Huawei’s foldable smartphone, Mate X, came out again. Through the Weibo social network, He Gang, shared a video showing the incredible speeds achieved when using the 5G network. In the video, we can see Mate X easily reach 1Gbps

Huawei Mate X 5G

At a time when the commercial licenses of the 5G network in China were authorized, these results will leave users dreaming even more. Yet, as will happen in Europe, it will certainly take operators some time to adjust their tariffs to the capabilities of the 5G network.

Huawei Mate X 5G China
To see the video published by the executive of Huawei, visit his publication in the Weibo network .

Forgetting the possible limitations imposed by the tariffs available, these speeds are the envy of the overwhelming majority of users who have internet at home in London.

According to data published by SpeedTest (April 2019), the average speed for the ‘home internet’ is around 81Mbps. That is, 10 times lower than the speed achieved by Huawei Mate X on the 5G mobile network.

Average internet Portugal April 2019

A golden opportunity for Huawei’s foldable smartphone

Following the failure of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the technology world has turned a blind eye to Huawei Mate X, which is set to become the first foldable smartphone to become available for purchase. It is estimated that it can be launched on the Chinese market in July, but there has not yet been confirmation of a possible date.

As for the various European markets, their arrival is ‘marked’ with a big question mark. Should the battle against the United States not prevent its globalization, it is expected to be available before the end of the year.

We will have to wait until it reaches the first users. But, there is guaranteed a great anticipation as to its strength and durability. I recall that these were the main points, responsible for the ‘flop’ that was the Samsung Galaxy Fold

Nandini Singh
From a very young age I was interested in computers and technology in general, I had my first computer at the age of 10 and at 15 I set up my first tower, since then I have never stopped. Whatever technology, I'm in the front row to know more.

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