The Huawei Mate 20 is expected to cost somewhere around 750 euros, while the pro version of the smartphone should sell for 100 more euros at least. As of now, there is no confirmation about the special edition Mate 20 in partnership with Porsche Design.
Now that Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have been announced, we can once again switch our focus over to the Huawei Mate 20 series. The Huawei Mate 20X is expected to be unveiled alongside the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro and in terms of sheer size, the Mate 20X is expected to eclipse all other devices sold under the Huawei brand thanks to its 7.21-inch OLED screen. The rear of the devices show the triple camera setup on the rear of the device and the lack of a fingerprint sensor on the rear. The camera is apparently also improved on the current best in class P20 Pro which would not surprise us - Huawei are not a company to rest on their laurels, always striving to improve not just their hardware but their customer experience. We also want to believe that it will have a cooling system and a large battery hence the "cooler" and "longer gaming" hints. More recently, however, gaming smartphones have become a legitimate thing, and Huawei might be the joining the fray.
Whether this phone ends up arriving here in Australia is unknown but we expect it may come in some small volume at some stage. The video also reveals the phone will launch on October 16.
The Mate 20 Pro will be powered by Huawei's next-generation Kirin 980 SoC built on a 7nm process. The Huawei Mate 20 reportedly features a almost ideal symmetrical front. We look forward to bringing you all the latest on it in the lead up to the big unveiling.