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In this competitive world of Smartphone devices when each month a new feature-packed Smartphone is introduced, Huawei is emerging as the Smartphone giant in this techno market by providing luxurious flagship devices with the latest high-end features in a moderately high price. Hello friends, this is Debjyoti your technical advisor and today I am going to discuss the Huawei Mate 20 Pro review along with its specs, pros & cons, specifications, launch date, and price. So, let’s get started.


Huawei Mate 20 Pro Specifications, key features, release date and, price:

Huawei Mate 20 Pro is really superlative in all respect and can compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, iPhone XS and Google Pixel 3. But one weak point of this device is its price. The very high price with all the top and latest features is not so pocket-friendly for people. This price is approximately $1,150 in the US. Well, you can easily buy a good laptop with this lump sum. But if you are passionate about your phone then this may be the ideal one for you. Huawei Mate 10 which was released earlier this year was retailed at AU$1,099 but this Mate 20 Pro is the most expensive of all Smartphone available in the market.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Key features

Where the P20 Pro had the main camera, 3x zoom telephoto and monochrome lens, the          Mate 20 Pro kept the former two and added a color ultra-wide lens which is pretty interesting. While this may give its forerunner the edge on low-light and nighttime shots, the Mate 20 Pro is no sprawl there, and the option to ‘zoom out’ with the ultra-wide will surely mesmerize you. 
The Mate 20 Pro has got the 24MP f/2.0 front-facing camera but expands the front camera set with more sensors.
At 157.8 x 72.3 x 8.6mm, Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro is just a couple millimeters bigger (and almost a millimeter thicker) than the P20. That makes its 6.39-inch OLED screen larger, too, with the resolution that’s higher than the Google Pixel 3 and slightly better than the Samsung Note 9.
One of the biggest interesting points, of course, is the Kirin 980 processor, which is debuting on the Mate 20 Pro. It's the first 7nm chip on Android and second in the market after Apple’s A12 bionic chip, which came packed in the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

The Mate 20 Pro has got the 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, though you can expand the storage via a new proprietary “nanoSD” format card to a maximum of 256GB. But if you want to plug in a nanoSD for more storage, you’ll have to place it in one of the phone’s two SIM slots for which you cannot access the dual SIM facility. 
These specs are about on the same level with other flagship Smartphones, though the Kirin 980 is faster than Snapdragon 845 which first appeared in a phone earlier in March. The Mate 20 Pro accompanies a 4,200mAh battery, which keeps going insofar as you'd suspect.
Mate 20 Pro has equipped with one amazing feature which every Smartphone fan always wishes for: an on-screen fingerprint scanner. This spec makes it easier to unlock your phone while it’s resting flat than using a back-mounted fingerprint button or facial recognition.
The second new feature is also very catchy: the Mate 20 Pro can wirelessly charge other Qi-charging phones or devices but this feature is already introduced in Samsung Galaxy S10 series.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Design

After looking at the Mate 20 Pro it tells you two things: 1) it is likely to be a bit expensive, and 2) it has got a stunning look – but only from the back.
The Mate 20 Pro comes with all three of its rear-facing cameras and its flash in a slightly-raised block on the phone’s backside. With the rear fingerprint sensor moved out, this gives the phone a clean, nearly symmetrical look that’s better in person than in pictures.
The more slender edges are somewhat hard to type or swipe around one-gave, and the smooth front-and-back surfaces joined with the tall angle proportion (19.5:9) made it somewhat difficult to utilize the telephone calmly.
In other words, it feels like an expensive phone that sacrificed ease-of-use for a little extra screen space, which is great for whoever is fine with two-handing their device. To be fair, there are some settings to help, but the most useful just shrivels the screen space to put it within the reach of your fingers, wasting a good portion of that big, beautiful display.
The phone itself comes in five colors, three of which have the standard glossy surface that makes it insignificant to slide the phone over slick tables (the slightly-protruding camera block notwithstanding). These incorporate a standard Black, a cream-shaded Pink Gold and the mark Huawei blue-blurring to-purple Twilight. The other two colors are Emerald Green and Midnight
Be that as it may, it's subtle to the point that it may very well be there to sound cool when you run your finger crosswise over it. (As “cool” as a muted zipper sounds, anyway.) In other words, it’s one of many small things that contribute to the Mate 20 Pro’s rep as a pricey, elite phone.
The Mate 20 Pro has full IP68 water and dust resistance rating, which is the industry standard nowadays. And lastly, if you grieved over the Mate 10 headphone jack, hopefully, you bought some Bluetooth headphones provisionally: the Mate 20 Pro also doesn’t have a 3.5mm port.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Screen

Mate 20 Pro’s OLED 6.39-inch screen is elegant, plain and simple. It helps that the Mate 20 Pro discarded the Mate 10’s bottom-front button for a seamless display. The bezels are pretty thin, especially without a lower speaker lattice: instead, the sound will come out of the bottom-facing USB-C port.
The display has an impressive 19.5:9 ratio 2000+ resolution (3120x1440), which is about 537ppi. That puts it ahead of the Google Pixel 3 at 439ppi and just cross the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 at around 514ppi. While there’s not too much content that makes full use of this resolution – and, sadly, there’s no option to split the screen between two windows – it’s still a sharp and vibrant display.
If you want to shift the color temperature or get rid of all the harsh blue light, there are options in the settings to squeeze those to your preference. If you want, you can even decrease the Mate 20 Pro resolution to full HD or lower, which reduces battery drain. Even if you dial down to HD+, the expansive screen looks good.
The Mate 20 Pro display’s edges curve down in an expensive style straight out of Samsung’s playbook. Even if it doesn’t come with any interactive elements, the curved screen gives the Mate 20 Pro a stylish look. 

The Mate 20 Pro has a notch. It’s about as wide as the iPhone XS to fit in the front-facing camera and sensor. If you find the notch repugnant, you can hide it with an effect that alters the ‘ears’ into dark mode, which decently simulates a full black bar at the top of the phone. 
It’s a good bet that the OLED screen is brighter than the 820 nits of the Mate 20, is capable of, but we don’t have an official word from Huawei. But it is sufficient to say, it can get very bright.
The on-screen fingerprint sensor works very efficiently and pretty reliably so long as your finger is placed in the small target area. A fingerprint zone emerges when the screen activates, which means you’ll either have to tap the display ‘awake’ to find your target or guess where the sensor is. That’s not a good spec to do by feel when grabbing your phone from a pocket.
Even then, it’s not the most perfect at recognizing fingerprints and is average at reading portions of fingers. While the on-screen sensor emphatically makes the Mate 20 Pro simpler to open than a back-mounted unique mark sensor or facial acknowledgment when it's resting level, the component is more cumbersome than a devoted physical catch.
Still, Huawei is conducting the age of on-screen fingerprints, which deserves praise for keeping the front screen lean and clean.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro release date and price

The Mate 20 Pro release date is October 26 in the UK, and November 1 in Australia, it costs £899, €1,050, AU$1,599 (about $1,150). In India, the release date is not announced yet but the price in which this flagship device will be retailed is Rs. 69,990.
There’s only one version of the Pro at least for now with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage. Be that as it may, different forms in the Mate 20 line – like the 7.2-inch screen Mate 20 X and 8GB RAM and up to 512GB Porsche Edition – offer distinctive execution and structure factors.

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