Leaked images have also confirmed the Mate 20 phones will continue Huawei's partnership with Leica in the imaging department, with the Leica branding placed right above the main triple-camera module this year.
Huawei's purported Mate 20X is expected to be absolutely huge with a 7.21-inch OLED display and a native resolution of 2240x1080. More recently, however, gaming smartphones have become a legitimate thing, and Huawei might be the joining the fray. The Mate 20 Pro sports a traditional-looking notch design to house a 3D camera for face unlock, just like on the Apple iPhone XS and OPPO Find X. Huawei has officially announced its Huawei Mate 20X gaming smartphone, which will launch along with Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. Moreover, this phone is most likely to come with an under-display fingerprint sensor. The Mate 20X teaser gif hints at the phone being "cooler" and support "longer gaming" experience.
The presentation of the smartphone will take place on 16 October 2018.
Also, the fingerprint sensor is missing from the phone's back, nearly confirming the fact that the phone would come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. For an instance, final retail price of the Mate 20 Pro could climb at around $1,060 to $1,100. Since most of the Android devices which come with the Snapdragon 845 scored around 290k, the Mate 20's score suggests that its Kirin 980 will perform better than the SD845 chipset. 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.
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