Last year, Huawei joined the league of fantastic flagships with its flagship device, Mate 20 Pro. The way the device is built, the camera quality, the SoC- that’s what makes this device stand out from the crowd. With triple rear camera setup, a beautiful display, and premium design, you can’t say no to this device.

The Huawei device straight out competes with other flagships like Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Google Pixel 3 and Apple’s iPhone XS. With such high-end features, the device will cost you around Rs.70,000 in India. Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s predecessor, Mate 10 Pro which was released in 2017 came with a price tag of around Rs. 50,000. But the current Huawei’s flagship has broken the stereotypes of camera setups and came with high-end features in the smartphone market. Find your latest gadgets at amazing prices with available Amazon Coupons.

Design and Display

The moment you pick up the phone, you will feel the premium class of the device. The device gets a metal frame along the sides for better grip. Moreover, Huawei Mate 20 Pro has a fresh new ‘hyper-optical pattern’ on the glass which is said to be very effective for the phone’s safety. The device feels less slippery in the palm of the hand and looks really good too.

Coming to the screen, Huawei Mate 20 Pro has 6.2 centimeters (6.39-inch) Full HD+ OLED capacitive touchscreen with 1440 x 3120 pixels resolution. The Mate 20 Pro also has Gorilla Glass protection which will protect the phone from any smudge and dust. The smartphone gets a wide notch on the front and an in-display fingerprint sensor too. Just like One Plus 6T, Huawei has also broken the stereotype of offering the fingerprint sensor at the back panel.


Under the hood, Huawei gives its users a Kirin 980 SoC which is paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory expandable up to 256GB. Though Kirin 980 gets a better score than Snapdragon 845 on A Tutu benchmark score, still it is behind the 7nm A12 bionic chip of Apple. With the Mali-G76 GPU, the phone doesn’t lack while playing heavy games like PUBG or Asphalt series.

Overall, an incredible performing device!

Camera and Battery Life

Coming to the camera, Huawei Mate 20 Pro packs Leica triple rear camera setup including 40MP wide angle lens plus 20MP ultra wide-angle lens and an 8MP telephoto lens. The device features autofocus with options like laser focus, phase focus, and contrast focus. Moreover, it also supports AIS- Huawei AI image stabilization.

For capturing selfies, Huawei Mate 20 Pro gets a 24MP front camera with support 3D depth sensing. Just like the high-end numbers it offers, it delivers the same high-end camera performance too. Not only good light but the device also performs incredibly good in the low lighting too.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro gets a 4200mAH lithium-polymer battery. it features TUV safe fast-charge system certification which helps in refueling the battery up to 70 percent in half an hour. The Mate 20 Pro has also a feature called Super Charge which can charge the device up to 96 percent in an hour. Long put short, it will give you a typical day without charging and will give you the most battery usage among its competitors. You can also explore finding all the latest gadgets at discounted rates with Flipkart Coupons at amazing deal prices.

Other features

The smartphone runs Android 9 Pie out of the box along with EMUI v9.0.0 operating system. The device features a 3D face recognition which helps to unlock the phone using facial recognition. Also, the smartphone has the connectivity options of Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, Infrared, USB OTG, USB Type-C, and Active 4G on both SIM cards.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro comes in five color variants: Twilight Blue, Emerald Green, Midnight Blue, Pink Gold, and Black


With exquisite design, AI cinematography you can do using this device, powerful chipset, and features like wireless reverse charge and 15W wireless quick charge, Huawei Mate 20 Pro is ten on ten devices. At the price point of Rs. 70,000, this smartphone is a tough competitor to iPhone XS, Google Pixel 3, and Samsung Note 9. Moreover, it beat its competitor in many aspects but its inconsistent fingerprint reading takes it down a bit.
Overall, a perfect device with little imperfections.


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