The phone also supports 15W wireless charging, along with 40W wired charging, which is a lot more than the current industry standard.
Earlier this week, Huawei unveiled four new flagship smartphones at an event in London. The phone offers more screen to body ratio than the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, it offers 88.08% screen to body ratio. This is Huawei's own PC mode for the smartphone, meant to rival Samsung's DeX accessory system. The Mate 20 has a square on the back that contains the three cameras and the flash. In all honesty, the smartphone is extremely feature-rich and comes with specifications that are super advanced and futuristic. The reason for this is that the entire phone is pretty much all-screen! And even if some of the following features can be found on other Android devices, it's still the Mate 20 Pro that seems to come out a victor, given everything it has to offer. The area where you place your finger glows, giving this function a stylish look. As you might expect, the notch serves as home to both the front-facing selfie camera and the earpiece speaker. Alongside that are the components that enable the 3D Face Unlock, 3D Live Emoji, and 3D object scanning. It also comes with a 24 MP sensor in the front for selfies. Whether or not you like the notch, this trend is here to stay. In short, the Mate 20 Pro stands out as one of the machines the most powerful on the market. Yep, finally, smartphones are getting more exciting! It's also IP68-rated. There's a larger notch in play here, thanks to the inclusion of a facial recognition system that the Mate 20 does not offer. This device is more powerful then P20 and 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. All the three additions to the Huawei mobile price list come with a triple camera setup.
The HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro is equipped with a 40MP main camera, a 20MP ultra wide-angle camera, and an 8MP telephoto camera. Huawei's SuperCharge lets you power up to 70 percent in just 30 minutes. Interestingly the ultra-wide-angle can focus as close as 2.5cms, handy for macro shooting. As for the massive Mate 20X, it'll be priced at RM3,199, where its availability starts at 11th November 2018. We find in particular a processor Kirin 980 with burning 7nm boosted artificial intelligence coupled with 6 Gb of RAM. The technology is now found in just three smartphones.
All Mate 20 phones can project content to a display wirelessly, as long as the screen supports Miracast tech.
The new Mate device also has fast wireless charging, like Samsung's smartphones, but Huawei goes a step further by also offering reverse wireless charging to Qi-compatible devices.