Huawei Mate 20 Pro is a line of Huawei-produced Android mobiles, which collectively succeeded as part of the Huawei Mate series. The flagship model Huawei Mate 20 Pro was presented at a press conference in London on October 16, 2018.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro shares a similar design with a metal frame and glass back and offers a "hyper optical" stamped finish with several color options designed to enhance the grip and reduce the sensitivity of fingerprint stains. Mate 20 Pro is IP68 certified. Both models use the Kirin 980 chip system, the Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A55 CPU cores, the Mali-G76 MP10 GPU, and an eight-core SoC with a pair of AI accelerators. It was first promoted as a commercially produced SOC that uses a 7-nanometer manufacturing process. Both models have USB-C connectors, but only the smaller Mate 20 includes a headphone jack. The device has front stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support.
The Mate 20 prouses a 6.53-inch (166mm) 18.7: 9 1080p LCD screen, while the Mate 20 Pro uses a 6.39-inch (162mm) 19.5: 91440p screen with curved edges. Both screens have a large tab attached to the "Tear-Shaped" Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro that hides the extra infrared sensors used for the facial recognition system. The Mate 20 Pro includes an optical fingerprint reader on screen. The Mate 20 uses the traditional teahouse fingerprint reader at the bottom of the camera. Both models support QI inductive charging, while the Mate 20 Pro can charge other Kiwi-compatible devices from its own battery. Instead of the microSD, the Mate 20 uses a new proprietary memory card format called "Nano Memory" that exactly matches the dimensions of the Nano SIM card. As such, the devices use a hybrid SIM tray where the second slot can be used for expanded storage or a second SIM card.
The Mate 20 pro has three rear-facing cameras with square-shaped array of Lyca optics, using the iMax 600 wide-angle 40 megapixel, Ultra wide-angle 20 megapixel and telephoto lenses 8 megapixels and 12 megapixels on the Mate 20, and 16 megapixel Ultra. 8 megapixel telephoto sensor. Unlike the previous Huawei phones, it does not include a monochromatic lens for contrast adjustment and grayscale images, and the company cited improvements to the color sensor as unnecessary. With this comes the development of Huawei's artificial intelligence object recognition system, which can selectively distinguish between multiple types of scenes and apply up to 1,500 possible scenarios (a threefold increase on similar P20 systems) to implement improvements (instead of just applying one to the whole photo). Camera software also introduces the new "AI Cinema" effect mode. Both devices have a 24 megapixel front camera.
The Google Mate 20 pro comes with Android 9.0 "Pie". It introduced the Huawei EMUI 9 software package, which was designed to flow more than previous iterations. It also includes new features such as screen-based navigation, digital balance (a dashboard for tracking and limiting device usage), high-Vision (an enhanced reality object recognition experience for cameras) and password vault.