Huawei will be launching the Mate 20 series later this month, while we have been hearing rumors and leaks about the flagship on and off for quite some time, we don't have a concrete first look. However, that changes today, as the Mate 20 surfaces in press images revealing the flagship in its full form.  Mind you, we are seeing the Non-Pro variant, the regular Mate 20 which sports a 6.43-inch TFT LCD (2244x1080 pixels) display with nearly edge-edge bezels. It does have a waterdrop-notch where the selfie shooter is present and no laser sensor for facial recognition like the Mate 20 Pro. Under the hood is the Kirin 980 Octa-Core SoC which Huawei introduced at the IFA. It is expected to pack 4/6/8GB RAM coupled with fast 64/128GB UFS 2.1 memory coupled with microSD card slot for memory expansion. The fingerprint sensor is present below the rear-camera module and not within the display. It has three rear cameras and a dual LED flash. The 40-megapixel main sensor of the P20 Pro is expected to return. The Mate 20 will have a 4000mAh battery which is rumored to be supported by the new 40-watt charger from Huawei. If rumors are to be believed, Huawei Mate 20 might not ...

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