The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has made yet another public appearance, this time showing off its display and notch. The device was strapped in an anti-leak case to protect its design from prying eyes but the large notch and the curved edges are clearly visible.
So far rumors and leaks have pointed to a Huawei Mate 20 with a waterdrop notch and a flat screen and a Mate 20 Pro with a large notch (likely housing face scanning tech) and curved edges (like on flagship Samsung Galaxies).
This information was substantiated yesterday when the different screen resolutions of the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro surfaced - the former will have an 18.7:9 1080x2244px display and the latter a 19.5:9 1440x3120px screen.
Huawei will unwrap the Mate 20 flagships on October 16 in London and we'll be there to cover it in detail - watch this space!
Notch + curved edge display = no buy
Huawei's been faking their claims again, this time on GPU Turbo. They market it everywhere that it brings 60% performance improvement and 30% efficiency improvement but Anandtech's finally brought to attention that they've in fact been citing numbers...
was expecting slider camera