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Nadia Tehran - Dozakh: All Lovers Hell Music Album Reviews

The debut album from the Iranian-Swedish artist offers a fascinatingly dark take on romantic love, filled with images of violence and devastation.
Dozakh: All Lovers Hell, the debut album from Iranian-Swedish artist Nadia Tehran, begins with a recording of her immigrant father, Ali Kardar, saying that he’s not afraid of death. He’s in the middle of describing a near-fatal experience during his time as a soldier in the Iran-Iraq war. “I wake up with unbelievable pain that isn’t just pain from my legs, it’s pain through my whole soul,” he recounts in Swedish. “I didn’t even realize that my leg was gone.” And with that harrowing image, Tehran sets up Dozakh, an album examining emotional purgatory and devastation in all its forms.

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Huawei Mate 20 X 5G Is First Huawei 5G Phone To Go On Sale In UK

Huawei has confirmed that its first 5G phone will arrive in the UK next month as the Mate 20 X 5G.

A larger version of the Huawei Mate 20, the Mate 20 X has some interesting additions, not least of all in this new edition support for 5G, which promises mobile data speeds 20 times that of 4G. Today Huawei has confirmed the Mate 20 X 5G will go on sale in the UK in June at £999.


You'll be able to pre-order Mate 20 X 5G in Emerald Green in late May. In June it will go on sale via EE, O2, Three, Vodafone, Sky Mobile, Mobile Phones Direct and other selected retailers.

Vodafone has already confirmed its 5G network will go live in seven UK cities on 3 July, and we expect other mobile operators to offer more detail on their 2019 plans imminently. However, 5G is not expected to be widespread in the UK until some way into 2020. (Learn more about 5G.)

At £999 the 5G variant is £200 more expensive than the standard (non-5G) Mate 20 X, which we've reviewed here.

Powered by the same 7nm Kirin 980 chip as its current flagships, Mate 20 X 5G uses the Balong 5000 chipset to enable the next-generation mobile connectivity. It also supports previous-gen networks - everything from 2G up to 5G - and Huawei claims switching between these networks is possible with lower latency and reduced power consumption. 

It has a lower-capacity 4,200mAh battery than the 5,000mAh pack inside the regular Mate 20 X, but supports 40W SuperCharge for faster charging and has an AI-powered optimisation mode for regulating power consumption in the background.

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The 5G Mate 20 X also features an advanced cooling solution with a vapour chamber and graphene heat pipes, known as SuperCool. This will help keep things cool when streaming 4K video and intensive games.

Other specifications are largely similar to that of the standard Mate 20 X, which is a larger version of the Mate 20 with a 7.2in FullView (2244x1080) IPS display and the addition of a headphone jack, but the loss of wireless charging and waterproofing. It has the same core hardware and triple-lens (40Mp + 20Mp + 8Mp) rear camera.


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