Huawei Mate 20 official press renders leak: waterdrop notch, triple-camera setup

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Leaked Huawei Mate 20 renders show off waterdrop notch and triple-camera setup
Last week, the premium Huawei Mate 20 Pro was revealed entirely in a set of leaked official press renders. Today, however, is the turn of the regular Huawei Mate 20, which is also set to be slightly cheaper.

From the front, there are a number of differences in comparison to the premium Mate 20 Pro. For one, the dual-edge 6.3-inch AMOLED display has been swapped out for a much more conventional 6.5-inch flat panel that is expected to be of an LCD nature. Looking at the bezel situation, it seems the regular model also includes a slightly smaller chin. This is combined with extremely thin ones on either side and a tiny waterdrop notch up top which is home to a front-facing camera and the proximity sensor. Unsurprisingly, due to the smaller size, no 3D facial recognition tech has been implemented.

Moving over to the rear, the smartphone is essentially identical to the Mate 20 Pro save for one feature: the rear-facing fingerprint scanner – the Pro version embeds a scanner beneath the display. This new scanner sits just below the large camera module which is home to three rears sensors. Speaking of which, the main camera is set to boast a resolution of 20-megapixels in this model, while the monochrome sensor will stick to 12-megapixels. When it comes to the new wide-angle camera, an 8-megapixel resolution is to be expected.

Internally, this device will follow in the footsteps of the Mate 20 Pro by shipping with the Kirin 980 and a minimum of 4GB of RAM. Similarly, a minimum of 64GB of storage is to be expected. However, the most expensive unit will include an 8/512GB setup

Alongside these renders, it was claimed that European pricing is expected to start at €750, which coincides perfectly with the leak from earlier today.


source: WinFuture (translated)

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