The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is an absolute beast of a device. Featuring a massive 6.39-inch AMOLED display, a Kirin 980 chipset, and a 4,200mAh battery, the Mate 20 Pro is easily the most powerful Android device out there in the market. But that has not stopped the iFixit team from tearing the device open.
Honor, the Huawei sub-brand, was teasing the Magic 2 earlier this month, and now the device is officially official.
Smartphone manufacturers fell in love with the notch pretty quickly, but some companies are trying to avoid the design decision altogether by going a different way.
Earlier this month, Huawei unveiled its monstrous new flagship smartphone: the Mate 20 Pro. The device is unarguably the most feature-packed flagship smartphone of 2018. Wondering why? Well, it even comes with an IR blaster — something that almost all other flagship Android devices are skipping nowadays.
This is a futuristic smartphone with many highlights…and also a single significant disappointment. This is the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and is arguably the highest specified phone the company has ever made. In theory it ticks every box, in the hand it feels like a million dollars, yet its biggest Unique Selling Point – its imaging – is, I argue, currently fundamentally flawed.
It feels like ancient times when a device with a six-inch display was considered a tablet, but here we are in 2018 and Huawei is ready to continue to buck trends.
Huawei had said it would be unveiling its next flagship smartphones on October 16, and, sure enough, at a huge event in London the company did just that.
Some smartphone elements tend to catch on faster than others, and it appears that devices with three rear cameras is quickly becoming what some might call “a thing” before 2018 wraps up.
Remember how Android OEMs were once caught boosting the performance of their devices beyond a certain threshold whenever the software detected that a benchmark was running? The move led to the likes of Samsung and OnePlus receiving a lot of criticism from the Android community but since then these companies have mended their ways. Huawei, however, has been caught doing the same thing again.
Huawei Mate 20 Lite Launches in the UK in September with 6.3-Inch Display, Kirin 710, and Four Cameras
Despite the fact that Huawei has already set some eyes on the future, announcing that it will be announcing the Mate 20 on October 16 in London, the company has also decided to launch the “Lite” version of that handset right now.