The display size is currently no reliable information possible, with third-party sources speak of about 6.3 inches screen size. The resolution reaches 3120 x 1440 pixels, a level previously unachieved at Huawei smartphones. It will be an OLED display under which a fingerprint reader is also installed in the lower area.
In addition, it is already clear that Huawei installed the Kirin 980. The first 7 nanometers SoC in an Android-based smartphone was already announced at IFA 2018 and features eight ARM Cortex-A55 and Cortex-A76 cores working in three clusters. Two of the high-end cores achieve a maximum clock rate of 2.6 gigahertz, while the other two high-end cores work at 1.92 GHz and the economical A55 cores reach a maximum of 1.8 GHz.
Apart from these basic data, surprisingly little is known about the Mate 20 Pro. We can only rely on the pictures and some other sources. Particularly striking is, of course, the square arrangement of the three camera optics and the combined dual LED flash on the back. The Leica logo is now emblazoned on it, so the German camera company is once again involved in the development.
In addition, the pictures reveal that the Mate 20 Pro probably with aperture sizes of F / 1.8 to F / 2.4 and focal lengths of 16 to 80 millimeters. While the information on the aperture sizes cannot be assigned to the individual sensors so far, the information on the focal length equivalent suggests that Huawei has further developed the camera technology compared to the P20 Pro.
Thus, due to the specification of a focal length of 16 millimeters in one of the lenses indicates that it now seems an even more wide-angle optics installed, while the teleoptics with 80 millimeters focal length is also back on board. Whether or not the main sensor is equipped with its monstrous resolution of 40 megapixels with a 16mm optics, may be doubted, but this would ultimately lead to a very wide perspective, which could turn out to be rather unpractical in everyday life.
On the other hand, Huawei now has the option to realize a five-fold optical zoom, which, unlike the P20 Pro, actually offers a physically fivefold magnification. So far, they had used all sorts of software tricks to implement the five times “hybrid zoom”, in which image information from all three camera sensors flowed in to achieve a realistic-looking five-fold enlarged image.
It is also conceivable that the monochrome sensor, which previously had the same focal length as the 40 megapixel main camera, is replaced by a color wide-angle sensor. On the other hand, this also results in the theory that Huawei now not only offers a 5x zoom, but also the option to switch to wide-angle if necessary.
According to website winfuture’s information, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro appears in the colors black, blue and twilight, whereby the last-named variant with its attractive color gradient is likely to cause a stir again.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro will be officially launched on October 16, 2018 in London.