Huawei Mate 20 Pro Official Renders Leaked Online with full Specs


Huawei is introducing the Huawei Mate 20 series smartphones tomorrow in London, UK. We are expecting the Mate 20, the Mate 20 Pro, a gaming-focused Mate 20X, and a variant developed by Porsche Design. The Chinese manufacturer is famous with its extremely fast 18W charging technology, but according to a leaked promo poster, the new devices will go a step further and offer 40W charging.

The promo image has the front of the Mate 20 with a waterdrop notch, mixed with the back of the Mate 20 Pro that should come with an under-display fingerprint scanner, according to accumulated leaks. We also see the square camera setup which Huawei teased extensively.

The poster also confirms the 7nm process Kirin 980 chipset once more, along with the suggestions the new phone will have “super wide-angle photos” and “super macro photography”. if the 40W claim is real, we can’t wait to see how Huawei SuperCharge will compare to the ultra-fast 50W charging Oppo offers with SuperVOOC and the Find X Lamborghini Edition.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Features


SIM Card Type  Dual SIM, 4G/4G
2G Network 2G GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900
3G Network 3G/HSDPA 850, 900, 1900, 2100
4G Network 4G/LTE, 2100 (B1), 1800 (83), 850 (B5), 2600 (B7), 900 (88), 800 (B20), 700 (B28), 2300 (840)
Camera 40 MP(Primary), 20 MP(Primary), 8.0 (MP Primary), 24 MP(Secondary)
Storage 128GB
CPU Octa-core (2x 2.8 GHz 2x 1.90hz + 4x 1.8Ghz]
Chipset Kirin 980
Bluetooth Yes, V5.0 with A2DP
Battery Capacity 4200mAh
Cord Slot Yes, up to 256GB Nano-Memory Card
Screen Size 6.39 inches, 3120 x 1440 pixels
Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Key Features in screen Fingerprint reader, Face Unlock,
 Wireless Charging, IPGB, TUV certified SuperCharge technology, Triple Leica lens, Infrared  remote 
Handset Type Touch Screen
Dimensions 157,8 x 72.3 x 8.0 mm
weight 189 g
Operating System Android 9.0 (Pie)
Cable Type  USB Type-C

This leak was posted by Ishan Agarwal In his Twitter Account, he also posted leaks of Google pixel wallpapers ahead of the launch of the device.