Huawei Mate 20 Review – What You Need to Know
Having long been a fan of the Huawei Mate series, I’m excited to learn more about the upcoming Mate 20. There have been a lot of leaks and rumors circulating about the phone, but I wanted to know the real story before purchasing one.
Leaks and rumors
Besides the rumors and leaks about the Huawei Mate 20, there have also been a few pictures of the device. These images may give us a better idea of what to expect from the new Mate 20.
The first picture is from PhoneArena, and shows a pretty thin bezel around the display. However, the following image from WinFuture shows that the device is squarely designed for a triple-camera setup.
The second picture from PhoneArena shows a slightly larger notch on display. This notch is likely going to house the front-facing camera and ear speaker. This will help the device deliver a louder and more powerful sound.
It has been reported that the Huawei Mate 20 Pro will feature an in-screen fingerprint sensor, which will be embedded below the OLED panel. This sensor is supposedly capable of mapping 300,000 points in 10 seconds. It also allegedly has a higher resolution than Apple’s Face ID.
Unlike most Android smartphones, the display of the Huawei Mate 20 is not a separate unit. Instead, it is part of the front half of the phone and is designed to replace the whole assembly.
The Huawei Mate 20’s display is made up of an OLED panel. It features a viewport size of 360 x 780 pixels, with a screen density of 538 PPI. The show is also a little more than two-kilo pixels wide. In addition, it has a 5900K color temperature and uses content adaptive brightness control (CABC) to ensure the best picture quality.
The screen has an OLED HDR panel, which cuts through the most glare. It is also very detailed. The display is ideal for watching YouTube, playing games, and reviewing photos.
The display also features an Always On Display. It will show you a date and several notifications. In addition, you can set a schedule for when the Always On Display will come on.
Using the Camera on Huawei Mate 20 can be a bit tricky. This is because the device features two sensors, one for the primary camera and one for the secondary lens. It also has a special mode to take better photos in low light.
The primary camera has a 16-megapixel sensor, while the second one has an 8-megapixel sensor. The primary camera has an f/1.8 77-degree angle lens. The secondary camera has a 52mm f/2.4 telephoto lens, equivalent to 2x optical zoom. In addition, the telephoto lens features a visual image stabilizer.
The Camera on Huawei Mate 20 uses AI scene detection for photos, which means it can automatically improve the quality of your images by enhancing saturation and contrast. It also has a dedicated Night mode to enhance highlight detail.
Having insufficient storage on your Huawei Mate 20 is an unfortunate situation. However, it can be quickly resolved if you take a few steps. First, you should go to Settings > Apps, then enable app data to be saved to the SD card. You can also browse images by opening the Files app and clicking on the “Images” header. Then, uninstall any apps that you no longer use.
If you still have insufficient storage, you can reset your phone and restore it to factory settings. You can also move data from the internal memory to the SD card to free up space. You can also delete media files to free up internal memory.
Another way to increase your storage is to install new applications onto the SD card. You might need more than 8GB of internal memory if you’re a heavy user.
Software updates can do the trick if you’re looking to speed up your device or improve security. With a quick update, you can eliminate old features and keep hackers away.
Huawei has released an update for the Mate 20 Pro. The upgrade includes support for ViLTE, a service that rings SIM-based authentication. It also includes April 2019 security patches. The update also fixes bugs and includes GPU Turbo technology.
This is the first stable EMUI 9.1 version for the Mate 20. It fixes bugs, improves system stability, and includes GPU Turbo technology. It also provides support for long-pressing the power button.
Before you update your Huawei Mate 20 Pro, you need to install the software update file. You can download it from the EMUI Flasher. Then, you need to connect your device to your PC with a USB cable. Once you’ve installed the file, you’ll need to turn off your device.
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