Huawei Mate X3 Specs Surfaces: 2nd Gen Satellite Communication First Debut
The Huawei Mate 50 series was released last year, showcasing the company’s strength even without 5G capabilities. The comprehensive online discussion is currently focused on the P60 series and the Mate X3 series, with rumors suggesting that the Mate X3 will debut earlier than the P60 series.
However, recent reports from well-known blogger Digital Chat Station suggest that the Mate X3 may be delayed. The machine originally had two configuration combinations, with the high-end version set to use the IMX766 + IMX688 + IMX351 (corresponding to the main camera, ultra-wide angle, and telephoto lens). The main camera of this IMX766 is a bit puzzling, as it is almost obsolete, but it may be that Huawei later can tune it to a better level.
The core processor for the Mate X3 is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, and it comes with a 4800mAh battery and a 2K 120Hz eye protection screen. From a configuration point of view, the Mate X3 is not very high-end, but the Snapdragon 8+ processor is still powerful enough.
In the Huawei Mate 50 series, Huawei achieved a breakthrough in communication technology with the Beidou satellite messaging hardware capabilities, becoming the world’s first smartphone to support Beidou satellite messaging.
In continuing to invest in research and development, the next generation of satellite communication technology will soon meet with consumers. According to the report, the X3 will be equipped with the 2nd Gen satellite communication technology.