The Huawei Mate 20 X is a beast to carry around, and it's tricky to use one-handed. While I was reviewing this phone I hardly needed to use my tablet at all. Its long battery life is a real winner, too.
The Huawei Mate 20 X is one hell of a smartphone. It inherits the best bits of the Mate 20 Pro the camera and power while improving on already stonking battery life. There's a slight dip in screen quality but not in any way that should seriously put off anybody trying it out.
Huawei's behemoth is an all-round media monster, but its much-touted gaming credentials come up short where it counts... With all that said, there's definitely a niche market for the Mate 20 X. It's the closest a phablet has come to balancing both the usability of a smartphone and a truly tablet-like screen so far.
If you're looking for a two-handed mega-sized phone then the Mate 20 X is a genuinely fantastic media powerhouse... So the only real downside to the Mate 20 X is what could be considered its upside: the large physical size. You'll either struggle, or you'll fall in love with it.
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