The rumored Porsche-branded Mate 20 may have been confused with Huawei's actual upcoming gaming phone, which the company is calling the Mate 20X. The company has put up a tweet in that regard, hinting at the launch of a new gaming phone scheduled for the same date as the launch of Mate 20 series phones.
Since the past few weeks, we have known that Huawei is working on three new smartphones.
According to leaked prices, the regular Mate 20 is available for $800 (799 francs) and the final price is expected to be more in the range of $850 and $900, for the 64 GB variant. No other devices could outperform the HUAWEI P20 Pro and surpass the 109-point of the phone, and the difference between Huawei P20 Pro and its closest rivals remains high. The two are all set to launch at an event in London, the United Kingdom scheduled for October 16.
On the contrary, the photos of official silicon phone case posted by Roland Quandt (@rquandt) shows that the Huawei Mate 20 Pro doesn't have a headphone jack but just holes for mic and IR blaster at the top and a square cut out at the back.
As per the leaks, the device will be coming with a huge 7.21-inch OLED display on the front. Huawei answered that it will release its Mate P20 Pro on October 16.
The Huawei device with the model number LYA-L29 surfaced on AnTuTu with a HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor, 6 GB of memory, and 128 GB internal storage. While the standard Mate 20 is depicted with a rear fingerprint sensor, the Mate 20 Pro will feature an in-display reader.
It was on the 16th of October, at an event in london, that will be presented one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year: the Huawei Mate 20. WinFuture notes that there remains a third, unknown Mate 20 phone that we haven't seen leak yet. Its launch is imminent, so we should get ready for it.