The Mate 20 Pro will be powered by Huawei's next-generation Kirin 980 SoC built on a 7nm process. From the display, it can be said that Huawei's upcoming flagship keeps minimal bezels on the sides, as well as around the notch.
The Mate 20 is expected to arrive with a rear camera setup that contains three sensors and a flash arranged in a square shape, but with a fingerprint reader mounted next to it as well. In the middle of the display is a fingerprint - possibly showing the location of the in-display fingerprint sensor. The camera is apparently also improved on the current best in class P20 Pro which would not surprise us - Huawei are not a company to rest on their laurels, always striving to improve not just their hardware but their customer experience. The processor should be a Kirin 980 chipset and its memory capacity could go up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
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It is likely that the Mate 20 Pro benchmarked here could be a production unit, and the final device could score higher (and closer) to the new iPhones. It appears that this phone will come close to the flawless bezel free screen, only with a small notch for the camera. You can bet that folks will be doing all they can to find out information about it before it's announcement on October 16 in London.
We previously reported on the alleged renders of the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, which reveal a smaller notch at the top of the Mate 20's screen similar to the OPPO F9 and Vivo V11's. Not much is known about the high-end devices of the new Huawei series. We look forward to bringing you all the latest on it in the lead up to the big unveiling.