The Huawei Mate 20 series was subject to launch by Huawei just a few days ago, and amongst the series, we see the Huawei Mate 20 Pro as being the company’s flagship smartphone, having very high-end specifications. And because of the fact that the phone has a great number of features –having everything that you’d expect from a flagship of 2018, the price of the phone is quite high. Some of these features range from the likes of wireless charging, and in-display fingerling scanner, so it actually makes sense that the phone would have a high price tag attached to it.
Now, due to the fact that the price of the phone is too high, Huawei has now released a cheaper variant for the phone, which happened to make its debut in China, just two days back. This particular variant of the phone is quite similar to the international version of the phone, however, there are some minor differences, and amongst the major ones is that this particular version of the phone doesn’t actually have an In-display fingerprint sensor.
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Coming along with the cheaper model of the phone, come two expensive models, both of whom contain an In-display fingerprint scanner. Both the expensive models come with 8 gigs of RAM. Moreover, one of the phone comes with 128 gigs of storage, while the other amongst the two of the more expensive variants comes with 256 gigs of internal storage. The prices that these models come with is €760, and €860 respectively. The sad part, however, is that these won’t actually go on sale in the international market, as it is all part of Huawei’s strategy, both based on the national strategy in China, and the international strategy worldwide.
The Mate 20 Pro comes with a Kirin 980 chipset, and comes with a 6.39 inch notched display, which has an In-display fingerprint scanner integrated. The notch holds a 24MP selfie camera, along with a face unlocking IR laser, while at the back of the device, there is a three camera setup : a 40MP + 20MP + 8MP setup. Amongst the camera comes the main 40MP sensor, which has a f/1.8 aperture, while the 20MP camera is a telephoto unit, and has a f/2.4 aperture, while the 8MP sensor is an ultra wide-angle one.