In a night that was already full of great reveals - including the Mate 20 and Mate 20 pro - Huawei went on to drop what was perhaps the most exciting news of the event in the form of its hugely impressive Mate 20 X.

The device is the largest in the Mate 20 series, with a whopping 7.2-inch OLED display. Its specs would suggest a phone that holds great potential as a gaming device, and the presentation was very quick to focus on this.

The Mate 20 X comes with a 5000mAh battery, 6 GB RAM, and a sizeable 128GB of storage.

The device also benefits from graphene film cooling technology that is specifically designed to tackle the most demanding of games or tasks.

And if you're really looking to turn your phone into a dedicated gaming machine, then you could perhaps invest in Huawei's new gamepad that features an analogue stick and a D-pad.

This one will set you back a hefty €899 (or your regional equivalent) when it releases on October 26th, so now's the time to hastily remortgage the house.