China's leading way to annual sales of 200 million devices will depend on a more elaborate and ever larger tablet
Things are undoubtedly changing at mobile speed. Just a few years ago, 7-inch screens were considered a legitimate and sensible choice for tablets designed for both hands and carrying - and now it seems we are just months away from when a similar display will be used Smartphones Recent highlights.
Several reports indicate that Huawei Mate 20 will offer consumers a Super Screen AMOLED Advanced and elongated with 6.9-inch diagonal dimensions - a big leap over the 5.9-inch and 6-inch screens that have greeted us over the past two years, into a territory that very few other smart devices have ever entered.
This new flagship model from the top Chinese manufacturer in the market, which is supposed to offer a new Kirin 980 chip that is able to achieve a huge score of over 350,000 points in the popular Antutu test (and a triangular back shot) Will join XumiX's Mi Max 3 Which should also include an 6.9 inch screen - thus the two can be the necessary force to bring us these dimensions as a new legitimate option in the field. Assuming the pair will be a worthy commercial success, of course.
However, Huawei seems to be aware that not all consumers will necessarily like the greatly enlarged dimensions - and so is launching a model named Mate X (yes, even though we already had the Mate 10 last year) with an AMOLED 6.2-inch screen "Only" as an alternative - with a pair of 40 megapixel and 20 megapixel rear cameras, an 24 megapixel selfie camera and the same chip Kirin 980 Advanced.
With these intriguing pair of devices set to become official in the September-October of the current year, the maker believes they can cross a whopping 200 million units per year for the first time in history for them - thus challenging Apple, which managed to sell as 215 Million devices iPhone Last year and will likely target a similar figure in 2018. A big surprise on the way? Tell what you think about the reactions.