Now the main highlight of the event, Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The display comes with a resolution of 224 x 1080, same as the company's Mate 20. The front camera is listed at 24-megapixel, so I'm assuming selfies are important to this phone. The handset uses the same front-facing camera as found on the Mate 20 Pro which is a 24MP fixed-focus sensor with a F/2.0 aperture.
This is a premium version of the Mate 20 Pro and has similar features with the only difference being a unique Black colour, a Porsche logo and some enhanced specifications. You'll also notice the lack of a fingerprint sensor, which has not been removed, but moved under the display. Whether or not you like the notch, this trend is here to stay.
Huawei Watch GT was detailed by the tech giant alongside the Mate 20 Pro at its recent London keynote and boasts a ton of useful functions. The Mate 20 X will be released in Blue and Phantom Silver. The phone featured with IP68 waterproofing, it protects your phone for 30 minutes up to 2 meters under water. Here's hoping it can match the might of its sibling, the Huawei P20 Pro.
No Mate series device has, however, made it to India before and the company has not made it clear yet if the new line-up will be launched in India.
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Of course, what you're mainly paying for is the elegant Porsche Design, which adds a leather back panel sliced through the middle with a glass racing strip that holds the triple rear camera setup and Porsche Design logo. The smartphones from this series come with a square-shaped camera setup. You can also live stream it on the YouTube. The price is the same as the Mate 20 Pro, €899. The handset features a curved 6.39-inch OLED 2K+ display that sports a resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels and comes with an aspect ratio of 19:5:9.
As mentioned in the intro, all these devices are based around the capabilities of the Huawei Kirin 980 SoC. Moreover, it is also the first chipset to be designed with the 7nm architecture. This smartphone comes in two variants - 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM and 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM. It packed with Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery which supports 25W fast charging feature.
And if you're wondering if this battery fast charges, yes it does. There's also a 45% GPU improvement, and it supports 1.4Gbps 4G LTE speeds, although it's unclear how many people will be able to use such speeds.
What catches the attention is the new "Reverse Charging" feature. That means it can charge other phones wirelessly. This time around though, there's no monochrome lens, as it's now replaced by a 20-megapixel wide-angle lens. In our opinion, the smartphone deserves all the hype and attention that it has garnered after its launch. The device is expected to go on sale on October 26th with a retail price of €900.More news: EPL: Pereira opens up on Mourinho, Pogba clash
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