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Comprehensive comparison between Huawei Mate 60 and Huawei Mate X5: Which phone is better and more suitable for your purchasing needs?

     The market for Huawei's new mobile phones is booming, making the question of which one to choose as a companion a headache for many users. For most users, the performance of Huawei Mate60 has already met their daily needs, and Huawei MateX5, as Huawei's leading foldable phone, is naturally more than a little more expensive than Huawei Mate60. We can verify this by comparing the pricing of previous Huawei folding screen flagship phones. In addition, the recent sales of MateX5 are booming, supply is tight, and it is difficult to snap up. Therefore, if your desire for a foldable screen does not reach the level of rigid necessity, it is recommended that you choose Huawei Mate60, which is more suitable for your needs.

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Which mobile phone is better, Huawei mate60 or Huawei matex5? Compare all aspects to see which one is more suitable to buy?

    There are obvious differences in design between Huawei Mate60 and MateX5: Mate60 uses a 6.69-inch straight screen, while MateX5 is unique and uses a dual-screen design inside and outside. Compared with Mate60, MateX5's screen changes are more innovative and it also provides a wider display area. The inner screen can reach 7.85 inches and the outer screen size is 6.4 inches.

In terms of image display, both phones support up to 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate, and can reach 1440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, which ensures high-quality screen performance. However, thanks to the folding screen design of Mate In addition, in the folded state, the MateX5 is more lightweight and portable than the Mate60.

        Although these two mobile phones have not officially stated what chip they are equipped with, it is basically clear. Both mobile phones are equipped with Kirin 9000S, which is a self-developed chip that Huawei has returned to after many years. Although in terms of performance, There is still some room for improvement, but it is already a good breakthrough to bring the chip back. Moreover, these two chips are not 4G chips anymore, and the signal processing speed has been greatly improved.

      In terms of weight, the comparison between Huawei Mate60 and Huawei MateX5 is very eye-catching. Huawei Mate60 is as light as 209 grams, while Huawei MateX5 with horizontal folding design jumps to 245 grams. After folding, MateX5 is almost equivalent to a mini tablet, so the high weight is reasonable. Although MateX5 is a bit heavier than Huawei Mate60, if compared with other horizontal folding screen phones, the advantages of MateX5's thin and light design are obvious.

      Comparing the charging performance of these two mobile phones, both support 66W wired charging and are also compatible with 50W wireless and reverse wireless charging. As for the battery, Huawei Mate60 has a battery capacity of 4750mAh; while Huawei MateX5 has a slightly larger battery capacity of 5060mAh. However, given the larger internal screen area of ​​the Mate X5, its battery consumption may increase accordingly.

    From the perspective of mobile phone cameras, the main difference between Huawei Mate60 and Huawei MateX5 is the front and rear lenses and their ultra-wide-angle configuration. Specifically, Huawei Mate60 is equipped with a 13-megapixel selfie front lens and a 50-megapixel rear main camera. This main lens can support a ten-stop variable aperture of f/1.4-f/4.0. In addition, it is equipped with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens.

However, the front lens of Huawei MateX5 has 8 million pixels, and the rear uses a 50-megapixel super-sensing main lens (f/1.8). However, this phone does not include variable aperture and optical image stabilization, but it also has a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens. Although there are some differences in the lenses between the two phones, they are basically the same in terms of telephoto configuration, both using a 12-megapixel periscope telephoto lens (supporting 5x optical zoom, 125mm focal length).

      Therefore, if you don’t really need a folding screen, it is recommended to choose Huawei Mate60. If you need to work or watch videos on a large screen and don't mind the added price and weight, the Huawei MateX5 may be more suitable for you.