Huawei is stepping things up with their upcoming Mate 20 series which will be announced next month. It will be running on their new 7nm Kirin 980 chip and you can expect it to come with wireless charging as standard.
On most smartphones, the wireless charging feature usually works one way and that’s only to charge the device itself. Now it appears that Huawei might be the first smartphone to allow two way wireless charging on the Mate 20 series.
Lately, there’s been much buzz about the Huawei Mate 20 series of smartphones. Various leaks have been indicating that the Mate 20 series might be adopting a brand new square camera module on the rear and it looks like all of this information could be the real deal.
Huawei will be announcing its Huawei Mate 20 series very soon. Word has it that it will come with a massive 4,200mAh battery which is larger than most flagships smartphones today. However, big batteries usually mean longer charging time but Huawei might have a new solution to this.
The Huawei Mate 20 is launching very soon and it could hit the Malaysian market as early as end of next month. This will be their most powerful device yet with a new Kirin 980 chip and it will feature a triple camera setup similar to its P20 Pro.
Ahead of its actual announcement, a purported Mate 20 was caught in the wild at the show floors of IFA 2018. This more or less confirms what we know so far about the device.
After introducing its new Kirin 980 processor, Huawei has finally revealed the launch date and venue for its upcoming Huawei Mate 20 series. This is their large screen smartphone lineup and it will succeed the current Mate 10 series while carrying over the LEICA triple-camera setup from its current P20 Pro.
Huawei has just announced its new system on chip which will power its next generation of flagship smartphones. Their current Kirin 970 is their first Mobile AI chipset with a dedicated NPU (Neural Processing Unit) and the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is taking its AI processing performance up a notch with their latest chip.
The new Kirin 980 which was unveiled at IFA 2018 will not only be faster and more efficient, but it also offers improved imaging and even faster connectivity.
For those waiting for the Mate 20 flagship, that would be revealed a couple of months from now. If you’re wondering what it has to offer, the folks at XDA Developers had just released a couple of renders that provide us a clearer look at the upcoming flagship phablet.
The P20 Pro is a game changing flagship smartphone for Huawei. Not only it’s their best built flagship to date, it also features the highest rated camera on DxoMark Mobile. Before the year is out, Huawei will reveal its new Mate flagship which will be even bigger than before. Ahead of its announcement, the purported front panel has appeared online and it gives us a rough idea of what to expect from the upcoming Mate 20 series.
Huawei’s next flagship will be the Mate 20 series and it is expected to be even bigger in size than the P20 Pro. Ahead of its official announcement, a Lite version of the Mate 20 has appeared online and it also carries over a “premium” design element from its Porsche Design series.
While all eyes are expected to be on Samsung tonight as the South Korean company launches their highly anticipated flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note9, Huawei‘s got something to say about one of the Note9’s biggest new feature.