Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro prices appear; could cost a small fortune

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Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro prices appear; could cost a small fortune
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UPDATE: The Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are now official and their prices have been confirmed as €799 and €1049 respectively, which translate into $923 and $1212 each. There is also a Mate 20 model with 6GB of RAM that costs €849 ($981).

Despite the large number of leaks surrounding the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, one detail about these phones that has remained unclear since the very beginning is the pricing. But thanks to an anonymous tip received earlier today by PhoneArena, it seems this information is no longer a mystery.

Before getting started, it’s worth noting that the prices in question are those offered to retailers by hardware distributors. Because of this, consumers will typically pay between $50 and $100 extra. Another notable detail is the fact that all price tags have been provided in Swiss Francs.

Kicking things off with the cheaper Huawei Mate 20, the price listed is Fr.799, which equates to around $805. This means that consumers should expect pricing to sit somewhere between $850 and $900. In regards to which configuration this relates to, 128GB of internal storage is listed. Unfortunately, the RAM count remains unclear. Considering Huawei’s previous releases, though, this model will likely ship with 4GB. In any case, it will be available in black, blue, and Twilight options.

When it comes to the Mate 20 Pro, pricing appears to start at Fr.999. This translates to just under $1010, which means consumers could be forced to pay as much as $1100. As with the regular model, 128GB of internal storage is included. But in this case, 6GB of RAM is expected. Once again, the device will be available in black, blue, and Twilight colors.

As these prices are provided in Swiss Francs, it’s worth noting that they may vary slightly when converted to local currencies across the rest of Europe, Asia, or even the US. Unfortunately, any official confirmation will not be provided until the October 16 event.

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