Which Huawei smartphone has the biggest screen?

  • The Huawei Enjoy 60X features a large 6.95-inch screen, a customisable button for one-touch actions, Always On Display (AOD) technology, a 7000mAh battery with fast charging support, and a 50MP dual rear camera system.
  • Huawei Mate Xs offers an 8-inch foldable screen, powered by the Kirin 990 5G processor, equipped with a Leica quad-camera setup, and designed with an outward folding design for a thinner profile and user convenience.
  • The Huawei Mate X2, launched in 2021, boasts a 6.45-inch outer screen, an 8-inch foldable inner screen, the Kirin 9000 processor for high performance, and a quad-camera system for versatile photography options.

Huawei smartphones belong to Huawei’s Consumer Business, which is one of Huawei’s three core businesses. The Consumer Business started at the end of 2003 and has established 16 R&D centres in China, Russia, Germany, Sweden, India, and the United States over more than ten years. Huawei has launched several large-screen smartphones. This article will introduce Huawei’s current largest non-foldable smartphone and two foldable smartphones.

Huawei’s biggest non-foldable screen smartphone

The Huawei Enjoy 60X smartphone comes in silver and orange colours. The orange variant features a plain leather back cover, a rear circular camera module, and a gold border around the module. It boasts a 6.95-inch large screen with a prominent speaker receiver placed on the screen. It has a dedicated button on the left side that can be customised for one-touch calling, launching apps, etc. It supports Super NFC, HarmonyOS 3.0, and offers storage options of 8GB+128/256/512GB.

The Huawei Enjoy 60X supports AOD technology, allowing notifications like time, missed calls, and messages to be visible on the screen even in standby mode. It houses a 7000mAh dual-cell battery supporting 22.5W Huawei SuperCharge, claimed to offer continuous video playback for 1.1 days, navigation for 1 day, talk time for 2.8 days, and music playback for 5 days.

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In terms of imaging, the Huawei Enjoy 60X features an 8MP front camera with portrait mode and a 50MP AI dual rear camera. The main camera has a large F1.8 aperture, a 1/2.5-inch sensor, and utilises 4-in-1 pixel fusion technology for 1.4μm effective pixel size. It also includes features like Super Night Scene 2.0 and sports capture.

The Huawei Enjoy 60X comes pre-installed with HarmonyOS 3 operating system, supporting versatile card functionality, exclusive desktop, and smart assistant features.

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Huawei’s biggest foldable screen smartphone

The Huawei Mate Xs is a 5G foldable screen smartphone launched by Huawei on February 24, 2020. When unfolded, it features an 8-inch display, while in a folded state, the main screen is 6.6 inches and the secondary screen is 6.38 inches. It weighs around 300 grams and comes in a blue colour variant.

The Mate Xs is powered by Huawei’s self-developed Kirin 990 5G processor based on 7nm process technology. It features a Leica quad-camera setup with various functions and a front camera with a wide-angle lens, voice control, and timer functions.

The Huawei Mate Xs adopts an outward folding design for the screen, avoiding excessive curvature and fold marks. Additionally, it doesn’t require an additional secondary screen on the back, making the device thinner and lighter. Compared to inward folding designs, where the screen needs to be unfolded for every use, the Mate Xs’ outward folding design aligns better with user habits.

Another smartphone with the same large screen is the Huawei Mate X2, launched by Huawei on February 22, 2021. It features a 6.45-inch flexible OLED outer screen and an 8-inch foldable flexible OLED inner screen. The Mate X2 is powered by the Kirin 9000 processor, has a 16MP front camera, and a quad-camera setup at the back. It includes a 4500mAh battery.

The Huawei Mate X2 is not just an upgraded version of the Huawei Mate Xs; it continues the Huawei Mate Xs’ unlimited imagination about foldable screens while also offering more practicality. It is not just a delicate display but a mature tool that can truly integrate into people’s lives.


Crystal Feng

Crystal Feng is an intern news reporter at Blue Tech Wave dedicated in tech trends. She is studying Chinese-English translation at Beijing International Studies University. Send tips to c.feng@btw.media.

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