Huawei Mate 20 Pro with Leica Triple Rear Cameras Spotted

Huawei Mate 20 Pro is almost ready for the official debut, getting itself a launch event scheduled for October 16. Press renders for the phone details everything, including the three available shades namely Black, Blue, and Twilight. Experts also expect a Green shade along with these three options. Mate 20 is available with a water drop notch whereas Mate 20 Pro comes with a considerable rectangular black notch that houses 3D face unlock sensors and much more. The images clearly show a triple Leica lens arranged in a unique square pattern, out of which, a corner is bagged by the LED flash.

The section is raised like most smartphones and looks even better in the Blue shade. One lens comes with f/1.8 while the second one supports f/2.4 aperture. The third is a wide angle lens, bringing 5x lossless zoom feature on the smartphone. It is yet to be seen is they include a 40MP sensor as Huawei P20 Pro. The display size for Mate 20 Pro is 6.3-inch, supporting AMOLED panel and full HD+ resolution. The 4200mAh battery will guarantee full day use while Kirin 980 SoC will ensure enough power for every process that an application can offer through the Android 9.0 based EMUI 9 interface.

The phone shows no sign of fingerprint sensor, hinting at an in-display sensor for added security. Another image along with these three shades show Huawei Freebuds 2 getting charged through the phone itself. The wireless charging feature on both the devices will help you ensure no break in entertainment for sure. With almost three weeks left for its official reveal, fans will surely get sleepless nights for remaining details for Mate 20 Pro. Huawei is a popular brand in India, offering phones with unmatched value for money.

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro with Leica Triple Rear Cameras Spotted

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