Huawei Mate 20X smartphones would delight gaming enthusiasts

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We are not sure if the device would carry a rugged design pattern, similar to most other gaming smartphones like Razer Phone, Xiaomi Blackshark, ASUS ROG Phone, Nubia Red Magic, etc. However, the colours will not affect the pricing as the Mate 20 will be priced at CHF799 (RM3342.66), Mate 20 Lite at CHF329 (RM1376.39) and Mate 20 Pro will be priced at CHF999 (RM4179.37). From the display, it can be said that Huawei's upcoming flagship keeps minimal bezels on the sides, as well as around the notch. While the launch event is scheduled for October 16th, we expect to leaks about this device ahead of the launch. Being a gaming-centric handset, the Mate 20X will come with a cooling system as teased by the company. Alongside the Mate 20 smartphones, the company is also rumored to introduce Huawei Watch GT and Huawei Freebuds 2 Pro on the same stage. The HUAWEI P20 Pro also features a color temperature sensor with f/1.8, f/1.6 and f/2.4 wide aperture to capture clearer, and more vibrant photos in low light.

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This is a surprise entry that will sit alongside two other high-end smartphones, the upcoming Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, both expected to launch during a press event next week. Inside, it should be powered with the Kirin 980 SoC, 8GB of RAM, and Huawei's own GPU Turbo technology. Sources are quite scarce at this moment but according to sources, the Mate 20X is a big one carrying a 7.21-inch OLED display. Rs. 63,700). However, the Mate 20 Pro may start at Euro 850 (approx. WinFuture notes that there remains a third, unknown Mate 20 phone that we haven't seen leak yet. We will be presented with the entire specification sheet only after the official launch. Overnight we have seen a couple of new leaks arrive, one confirming older leaks and one entirely new, suggesting a previously unheard of variant.

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