We're right in the middle of a wave of major smartphone releases and the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are next on the bill. Yes, it's that huge. The phone packs vapor chamber cooling with a graphene film heat spreader and uses a massive 5,000mAh battery.
The Mate 20 Pro supports 40W fast wired charging, which means you only need 30 minutes to replenish 70% of battery life.
The Mate20 Pro presents ultimate AI features for anyone to want, and Huawei has claimed that the Artificial Intelligence mechanisms in the device can increase system optimization.
And now for the main question: how much is it?
The Mate 20 Pro is the top-of-the-line model that was announced and it goes head-to-head with the likes of the iPhone XS and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 flagship devices. On the back is where it gets interesting as the handset boasts a Leica-branded triple camera system in a square format unlike the one found on the P20 Pro. The Kirin 980 is also the world's first SoC to pack a Cat.21 smartphone modem capable of achieving speeds up to 1.4Gbps. The new camera system also supports macro distance, which produces crisp images of objects that are placed as close as 2.5cm from the lens. If you'd like the one and only size Mate 20 Pro (with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage), you'll be shelling out at least 1049 Euro (or over $1k USD).More news: Is Meghan Markle traveling with a glam squad?
As expected, Huawei has fitted the Mate 20 Pro with its brand-new, 7nm Kirin 980 processor paired with 6GB of RAM.
The Mate 20 features a 6.53 inches 1080 x 2244 pixels IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen.
The triple camera is the same as that of the Mate 20 Pro.
According to a report, during the presentation of Huawei's Mate 20 X smartphone, the company's representatives included a comparison with Nintendo Switch, ensuring that their product is better for playing. The display features a water drop like notch at the top which houses the selfie camera. However, the Porsche version is not significantly faster than the Mate 20 Pro. And now, so is the Mate 20 Pro.
According to Yu, only Huawei now makes Nano Memory cards, but he believes others will produce them in the future. The company is implementing three different focal lengths, with one 20-megapixel camera for super wide shots, one 40-megapixel shooter in a conventional wide-angle, and one 8-megapixel telephoto camera.
Additionally, another advantage of the rear camera is that it will not just let you zoom out, but will also let you zoom in.