The Mate 20 Pro is the successor to the Mate 10 Pro, but it’s also arguably an upgrade to the
P20 Pro as well, Huawei’s other flagship Android phone.
With a host of new features and completely new cameras, the Mate 20 Pro looks set to be one of the best Android phones around and a tempting option along with rivals including the
Galaxy S9, Note 9,
Pixel 3 XL and iPhone XS.
When is the Mate 20 Pro release date?
The Mate 20 Pro was announced at an event in London on 16 October, and is available to pre-order from
Carphone Warehouse ahead of its 26 October release date.
Most pre-orders will come with a free wireless charger and Huawei’s new
Watch GT smartwatch. There are also
Mate 20 Lite and Mate 20 X models.
What is the Mate 20 Pro price?
There is one model, which makes things simple, and it has 128GB of storage. It comes in five colours, including a new Emerald Green which, along with Midnight Blue, has a new Hyper Optical glass finish on the rear which is a bit like a vinyl record.
The phone costs £899 or 1,049 Euros.
If you’re in the US, you’ll have to import a Mate 20 Pro as it won’t be sold locally.
What are the Mate 20 Pro specs?
Here are the key specifications. For more, read our
in-depth review of the Mate 20 Pro which includes sample photos from the cameras, benchmark results and more on the reverse wireless charging.
You can also read our
comparison of the Mate 20 Pro, the Mate 20 and the Mate 20 Lite, three similar-sounding but very different phones.
HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro
157.8 x 72.3 x 8.6mm
Huawei FullView Display
6.39″ curved OLED
19.5:9 DCI-P3 HDR display
2x Cortex-A76-based @2.6GHz
2x Cortex-A76 @1.92GHz
4x Cortex-A55 @1.8GHz
GPU: Mali-G76 720MHz
Android P-based EMUI 9
RAM and Storage
Maximum Expandable Storage
256GB via Nano Memory Card
Leica Triple Camera:
40MP (Wide Angle 27mm, f/1.8)
20MP (Ultra Wide Angle 16mm, f/2.2)
8MP (3x Telephoto 80mm, f/2.4, OIS)
24MP (f/2.0, FF)
40W HUAWEI SuperCharge, 15W wireless charging