Huawei Mate 20 Pro phone has a ton of crazy extras
What can a phone do to surprise you?
You think you've seen everything?
Well, maybe not.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is ready to try to make a jaded phone reviewer like myself sit up and take notice.
Huawei's latest flagship pro phone will be hard to find in the US.
But it's forward looking ideas, maybe they'll be seen other places too.
Sure the design is familiar.
The nearly bezel free 6.3 nine inch curved oleg display in top notch kind of feel like a mix of the Samsung Galaxy S9 plus and the Iphone 10.
Colors range from standard black To a color gradient twilight to blue and green.
First of all, the Mate 20 Pro has something like face ID too.
3-D face unlock uses an infrared dot array just like Apple's true depth to record your face contours and unlock your phone.
But it's unclear how good and reliable that is going to be.
But that's not it, there is also an under the screen fingerprint sensor.
Two crazy biometric technologies on one phone.
Why not use one use both, who knows?
Leica always P20 Pro, the make 20 Pro has three cameras on the back.
This time, however, one is telephoto, one is normal wide angle, and one is super wide angle showing fish-eye lens type use of the world around, [INAUDIBLE] In close range, the camera has an enhanced macro mode for really close-up shots.
These extra camera options plus new in-motion subject autofocus and photo effect filters could maybe offer a lot of flexibility.
[UNKNOWN] 20 Pro also has high speed wireless charging.
But this phone also charges another phone by turning itself into a contactless charge pad.
Yeah, you heard that right, activate reverse charging and you can let friends piggyback their phones for a charge boost.
The lower cost Mate20 isn't nearly as exciting with a wider body design, 6.53 inch HDR LCD display.
But then again, how many new phone tricks do you really need?
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