According to the latest image leaks by Roland Quant and other sources, Huawei Mate 20 might have a headphone jack but it will remain unavailable in the high-end Mate 20 Pro version. 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. These processors are used both in Huawei and Honor smartphones, with flagship handsets from Huawei getting the Kirin 970 until now. However, the colours will not affect the pricing as the Mate 20 will be priced at CHF799 (RM3342.66), Mate 20 Lite at CHF329 (RM1376.39) and Mate 20 Pro will be priced at CHF999 (RM4179.37).
Now, some more details about the Huawei Mate 20 have emerged in the form of an Antutu Benchmark result posted by Antutu's official account on China's Weibo online-media platform.
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.
Around the back, the Mate 20 Pro sports a massive square-shaped camera arrangement including three imaging sensors and an LED flash, with Leica branding at the very top suggesting Samsung, Apple, and Google might be in trouble when it comes to photography prowess. WinFuture notes that there remains a third, unknown Mate 20 phone that we haven't seen leak yet.
As for the higher-end Mate 20 Pro, the price is set at ($1000) 999 francs.
With just a little over a week to launch, we will definitely soon find out everything about the device. Moreover, this phone is most likely to come with an under-display fingerprint sensor.