China's leading way to annual sales of 200 million devices will depend on a more elaborate and ever larger tablet
Things are definitely changing at a dizzying speed in the mobile field. Only a few years ago, 7-inch screens were considered a legitimate and logical choice for two-handed tablets and carrying them in a bag - and now it seems that we are only a few months away from a similar display Smartphones Recent highlights.
Several reports indicate that Huawei Mate 20 will offer consumers a Super Screen AMOLED Advanced and long diagonal dimensions of the 6.9-inch - which will be a big leap from the 5.9 and 6 inch screens that have greeted us in the last two years, to a territory few other smartphones have entered to date.
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 - and thus the two will be the required force that will lead us to accept these dimensions as a legitimate new option in the field. Assuming that the pair would be a worthy commercial success, of course.
However, it seems that Huawei is aware that not all consumers will necessarily love the greatly increased dimensions - and therefore plans to launch the Mate X model (yes, although we already had the Mate 10 last year) with an 6.2 AMOLED screen, "Only" as an alternative - with a pair of rear cameras at resolutions of 40 megapixels and 20 megapixels, a 24 megapixel SLF camera and the same chip Kirin 980 Advanced.
With this pair of intriguing devices that are expected to become official in the September-October region of this year, the manufacturer believes they will be able to cross a huge sales threshold of 200 for the first time in their history - challenging Apple, which has sold 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.