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Huawei Mate X bags the prestigious Best Connected Mobile Device of #MWC19

Huawei bagged another award after it flaunted its Mate X foldable 5G smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, Spain.
Executives from Huawei and GSMA

The device won GSMA's "Best Connected Mobile Device of Mobile World Congress 2019" with its Falcon Wing Mechanical Hinge, leading 5G Communication capability, innovative human-smartphone interaction, and Huawei SuperCharge during the annual event. The award, the highest recognition for future technologies, only marked Huawei's prowess in the 5G arena.

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The Chinese tech leader also received a number of GSMA GLOMO Awards, including "Best Smartphone of the year" for its Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

On behalf of our entire team at Huawei, I would like to thank the GSMA, including Mr. John Hoffman, its CEO and Director, and his team for this award. We are very excited and honored. This year, 5G is on – including the devices, the networks, the chipsets – all coming together online. 2019 is the year in which we transform the way we connect, bringing new and incredible possibilities to all our lives. Thank you again, said Kevin Ho, President of Handset Business, Huawei Consumer Business Group.

Huawei Mate X, claimed to be the industry's fastest 5G foldable phone yet, flaunts a high strength flexible OLED panel, the Falcon Wing Mechanical Hinge, and 7nm multi-mode modem chipset Balong 5000. It offers 4,500mAh battery capacity with 55W Huawei SuperCharge.

The smartphone did not only earn awards from the GSMA, but it also garnered 30 awards from international global media. The Huawei Mate X also wowed Trusted Reviews, British technology site, and Digital Trends, US technology and consumer electronic media.

Huawei has been allotting 10 percent of its sales revenue for research and development annually. In 2018 alone, the company earmarked USD 15 billion to finance its R&D, allowing it to lead the global technology space.

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