The Mate 20 series is scheduled for an October 16 launch in London.
The trend of gaming smartphones is slowly being recognized by other manufacturers. For an instance, final retail price of the Mate 20 Pro could climb at around $1,060 to $1,100.
From the teaser, it is plain to see that the Mate 20X is targeted at gamers. That is, until now. While the launch event is scheduled for October 16th, we expect to leaks about this device ahead of the launch.
The rumored Porsche-branded Mate 20 may have been confused with Huawei's actual upcoming gaming phone, which the company is calling the Mate 20X.
So does this mean we are getting four Mate 20 phones? Initially, Honor phones sold on Jumia were mainly from global retailers and we all know how brutal these retailers can be with their pricing. That is probably because the Mate 20 does not come with any sensors on the front for 3D face sensing. Camera, we recall, is a triple, as the older model. This is similar to the setup on the back of the Mate 20 Pro. While the standard Mate 20 is depicted with a rear fingerprint sensor, the Mate 20 Pro will feature an in-display reader.
Huawei's purported Mate 20X is expected to be absolutely huge with a 7.21-inch OLED display and a native resolution of 2240x1080. The phone is expected to come in three RAM variants - 4GB, 6GB and 8GB, and four internal storage variants - 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. Overnight we have seen a couple of new leaks arrive, one confirming older leaks and one entirely new, suggesting a previously unheard of variant.
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. The device will be powered by a 4,000mAh battery.