Just a couple of weeks ago, Huawei unveiled the date when it will make its new flagship, the Huawei Mate 20
, official: October 16th, but now it has sent out the official invites for the media and they reveal a couple of interesting details about Huawei's big launch.
The Mate 20 is expected to be a big phone with a large screen and a bigger-than-before battery, and this teaser image confirms that it will indeed feature the Kirin 980 system chip, one of the first made on the 7nm manufacturing process, a big leap in productivity. The teaser also seems to confirm the square camera setup that we saw in leaked photos of the device. The Mate 20 has been spotted in the wild rocking three cameras, similarly to the Huawei P20 Pro
Last, but definitely not least, Huawei continues perfecting its AI and it teases the Mate 20 with the following slogan: "A higher Intelligence is coming", highlighting the AI abbreviation for its smarter camera and other improvements in performance that it has worked on.
Huawei has promised big leaps in productivity and performance with the Kirin 980 on the Mate 20. Double digit growth in CPU performance and up to 178% faster graphics chip. The company is also pushing the boundaries of cellular modems and the Mate 20 will have the fastest Wi-Fi and cellular data modems around.
We now have around a month until the big reveal. Stay tuned as more details about the Mate 20 may well still appear before the official launch.