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Huawei Mate X vs Huawei P20 Pro vs Mate 20 Pro: What are the differences?


The Huawei Mate X is a cell phone that becomes a tablet, but it certainly brings features of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro, as well as bringing some features of the Huawei P30 to be announced in the coming weeks.

Andrew Hoyle / CNET

The Huawei Mate X It is the first folding phone of the Chinese company, but it also brings multiple features present in cell phones such as Mate 20 Pro Y P20 Pro.

For example, the Mate X integrates the same Kirin 980 processor and its storage can be expanded with a Huawei NM Card such as the Mate 20 Pro.

In addition, like the P20 Pro, the Mate X integrates a 40 megapixel sensor as its main camera and has a battery of at least 4,000mAh. Likewise, the Mate X runs Android Pie with the EMUI custom interface.

However, it is clear that the Mate X is the most different of all these cell phones, by integrating a flexible screen that allows you to transform from cell phone to tablet to have an almost unique design.

Even, the Mate X will also have some features of the Huawei P30, including its cameras.

We collect the main specifications and other features of the Huawei Mate X to compare them with those of the Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro to know their differences.

Comparison: Huawei Mate X vs. MAte 20 Pro v. P20 Pro



Pixel density




Storage expansion

Rear camera

Slow motion recording

Front camera



Removable battery




Fingerprint reader

Iris reader

Face recognition

Wireless charging

Important characteristics




Huawei Mate X

Huawei Mate 20 Pro

Huawei P20 Pro

8 inches (can be divided into 6.6 and 6.38 inches)

6.39 inches (OLED)

6.1 inches (OLED)

2,480×2,200 (2,480×1,148 and 2,480×892) pixels

3,120×1,440 pixels

2,244×1,080 pixels




Android Foot EMUI

Android 9 Pie, EMUI 9.0

Android Oreo (upgradeable to Android Pie)

2.8GHz Kirin 980 (8 cores)

2.6GHz Kirin 980 (8 cores)

Kirin 970 (8 cores)


128GB, 256GB


Only with NM Card

S, NM SD Card

Do not

Four: 40 megapixels + 16 MP + 8MP + another unspecified (possibly 3D depth)

Three: 40 megapixels with aperture of f / 1.8; a wide angle of 20 megapixels with aperture of f / 2.2 and an 8 megapixel telephoto with aperture of f / 2.4

Three: 40 megapixels RGB (f / 1.8), 8 megapixels telephoto (f / 2.4), 20 megapixels mono (f / 1.6), Dual LED flash

N / A

960fps in HD, 60fps in Full HD, 30fps in 4K

960fps in HD, 60fps in Full HD, 30fps in 4K

The backs can be used as front depending on how you use the phone

24 megapixels

24 megapixels


6GB or 8GB





Do not

Do not

Do not

Up to 5G, USB-C

4G / LTE, Bluetooth, infrared

4G / LTE, Bluetooth, infrared




N / A

S, IP68

S, IP67

Power button side

S, on screen

S (front)

Do not

Do not

Do not

N / A

S (3D)


Do not

S and inverse

Do not

Only one screen that fulfills the functions of three screens; You can run up to 2 apps at once (active); You can expand the storage, but with a specialized card; be compatible with 5G networks; it has cameras like those of the P30; be available only in one color (for now)

Fingerprint reader integrated into the screen; three rear cameras; very small bezels; relatively large eyebrow; you can charge other devices wirelessly; It has no headphone jack; and has 3D facial recognition with animated emojis

Triple chamber; artificial intelligence for photographic capture; new twilight color; does not have 3.5 headphone jack

161.3×78.3x11mm (phone) 161.3×146.2×5.4-11mm (tablet)



295 grams

189 grams

180 grams

About US $ 2,600 (2,299 euros)

About US $ 1,200 (1,059 euros)

About US $ 1,020 (899 euros)

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