Huawei Mate X 5G smartphone to get  Germany’s CE certification
Huawei Mate X CE certification

Huawei Mate X 5G smartphone to get Germany’s CE certification

Huawei has become the first company to receive a 5G mobile smartphone certificate in the EU. Noted today, Huawei’s VP, Li Xiaolong was awarded the CE certificate by the president of Germany’s TUV Rheinland, Stefan Kischka for the Huawei Mate X foldable cameraphone.

The CE certificate is a requirement for any gadget that will be sold within the European Economic Area. It certifies that the product is safe and meets health and environmental standards.

The Huawei Mate X is the initial 5G phone in the world to receive this certification and it hints at the cameraphone launching in the region in the near future. It also means that Huawei is presently working on mass production of the cameraphone.

Huawei’s Li Xiaolong says the CE certificate is like a passport to enter the European market. But, getting it isn’t as easy as that required for Lte gadgets as the process is more stringent.

The Huawei Mate X was revealed at MWC 2019 last month. It has a flexible AMOLED display panel that folds outward. After unfolded, the panel dimensions is 8-inches with a 2200 x 2480 resolution and when folded it has a 6.6-inch 1148 x 2480 screen on one side and a 6.38-inch 2480 x 892 screen on the other side.

The phone is fueled by the Kirin 980 paired with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The 5G cpu indoor the cameraphone is the Balong 5000. There is dual SIM support though only one SIM slot supports 5G. It also has triple rear cameras co-developed with Leica – a 40MP wide angle lens, a 16MP ultra-wide angle lens, and an 8MP telephoto lens. The cameras Furthermore double as the selfie cameras. Other features have a 4,500mAh battery with support for 55W fast charging, Android 9 pie, NFC, and dual-frequency GPS.

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