Huawei has launched their new flagship of the Mate series, the mate 20 and mate 20 pro. Mate 20 pro is the first android smartphone to make use of a seven-nanometer chip(7nm), meaning it is ridiculously fast and very much power efficient. This new addition to the mate series brings a lot to the table and doesn’t cost as much. Its price is 1200$ which is approximately NRs.139,062. Hence, the Mate 20 pro price in Nepal can be expected to be around Nrs.1,40,000.
Design of Mate 20 pro:
Mate 20 pro is a stunning phone delivered by Huawei. Mate 20 pro is the most ‘Samsung’ looking phone made by Huawei. It seems that way because the display itself has been made by Samsung. Giving a quick glance at the phone, it looks like the reminiscence of the Samsung Galaxy S9 because of the screen bleeding out to the sides. The edged super AMOLED display is extensively beautiful with superb viewing angles. Moreover, the squared camera cutout is also one of the aspects that stands out among the rest of the phones. The three camera sensors and an LED flash are on each corner of the squared cutout. On the front, the phone houses an ‘iPhone X’ size notch where the infrared depth sensors and dot projectors lie. The headphone jack is missing but the power key is differently colored for easy distinguishing.
Features of the phone:
The Mate 20 pro is the only Android smartphone to be powered with a 7nm chip i.e kirin 980 which implies it is faster and smoother than the 10nm Snapdragon 845. Similarly, it has an astounding 4200mAh battery which when put together with the kirin 980 results in an amazing endurance. In addition to that, the 6/8GB RAM will chew through any game. The phone has both, in-display fingerprint scanner and Face ID. Talking about the camera, the phone has a normal lens, a telephoto lens for optical zoom, and an ultrawide lens for capturing more subject in a single frame. The glass back enables wireless charging and it also has a feature called ‘reverse wireless charging’, when turned on allows other phones to wirelessly charge from the phone itself.