A Chinese smartphone brand “Huawei” is ready to launch its next phablet flagship smartphone named Mate 20 Pro. If all Mate 20 Pro rumours didn’t already make that plentifully clear, an official release date is October 16, 2018.
Today, we’ve got to see Huawei Mate 20 Pro in a new Silicon case covers. One thing we’re damn sure about Mate 20 Pro is “Rectangular Camera Module Design” which has already teased by Huawei on at least a couple of occasions. So, a new camera configuration will land with a 40MP regular lens, 20MP B/W lens and an 8MP Telephoto lens. This new tri-camera configuration reminds Huawei’s first tri-camera setup smartphone “P20 Pro”. But Mate 20 Pro comes with an interesting “Underwater Mode” making Mate 20 Pro stand out from a crowd.
New leaked photos confirm a massive Notch housing an earpiece and FaceTime sensor. The rest of the space left is likely not enough to sport Face Recognition solution. Instead, there’ll be a standard ambient light sensor.
The other features include OLED Technology panel with a whopping 6.9-inches screen with 1440 x 3120 pixels resolution. The regular Mate 20, on the other hand, comes with 6.3-inches 1080 x 2244 pixels OLED panel. At bottom, a 3.5mm headphone jack is holding its position alongside USB Type-C port.
In Huawei Mate 20 Pro, NM Card seems to be a completely new item. Based on what we’ve heard, 128NM Card supports a transfer speed of 90MB/s. That sounds identical to Video Speed Class Defined by SD Association which is mandatory to support 4K video recording.
Last but not least, we’ve got a look at a new Huawei Wireless Charger. This wireless charger is having a USB Type-C input – 15W – Qi standards and onboard foreign object detection. This feature plans to avoid any conductivity issues – caused by ID Cards, Keys and Coins.