Huawei’s Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are right around the corner. With all these extensive leaks we are clear about a few things about this smartphone. For now, we are speculating a lot of things, and a lot of these things will go official soon. Besides that, now we have the official launch date for these new Huawei phones, set for October 16.
Now today, we’ve got to see the Huawei Mate 20 in new Silicon case covers.
One thing that we know for sure from these photos is the rectangular camera module design. The rectangular camera module design has already teased by Huawei on at least a couple of occasions. So, theoretically, this new camera setup will come with a 40MP regular lens, 20 MP B/W lens, and an 8 MP telephoto lens. This new trio snapper will have a new interesting “underwater mode”, among other things.
Now, these new photos confirm the massive notch on the front panel. The earpiece and front snapper are clearly visible in these high-res images. The rest of the space left is likely not enough to host an advance face recognition solution. We assume that there will be a standard ambient light sensor, instead.
Besides, there is a black and white UI, visible through the Smart View cover that indicates the OLED nature of the panel. We expect the Huawei Mate 20 Pro to come with a whopping 6.9″ screen with 1440×3120 resolution. The regular Mate 20 will get a 6.3″ 1080×2244 pixel OLED panel. Lastly, the bottom portion of the case has two identical holes. We assume one of these holes to get a 3.5mm audio jack option.
Besides, there is also something dubbed as the NM card. At first glance, it seems to be an SD card, but on close inspection, the things seem to be a little different. The shape and contact points on this card don’t meet the standards of an SD card slot. The NM card reads a 128GB capacity in the images. Further, the photo says that the NM card is rated at 90MB/s, which is a perfect match to the speed class defined by the SD Association, necessary for 4K or higher video recording.
Further, we’ve also got a look at a new Huawei wireless charger. It has a USB Type-C input, 15W output, the Qi standard’s, and built-in foreign object detection. Now, this last feature intends to prevent any conductivity issues, potentially caused by things like ID cards, keys, and coins.
So, are you excited for the Mate 20 Pro? Let us know in the comments section below.