Huawei also has new features in the high-end smartphone segment, including changes to the triple camera designed together with Leica. The Mate 20 Pro has the same 40MP main camera as the P20 Pro with a 1/1.7" sensor and F1.8 optics. The 8MP F2.4 telephoto module, which offers a Kb-equivalent focal length of 80mm, also remains unchanged. As a third camera module, however, there is no longer a monochrome working specimen to be found here, as with the P20 Pro, but a very wide-angle RGB camera with the equivalent of 16mm (20 MP, F2.2). Thanks to a close-up limit of only 2.5cm, macro shots can also be made with it. Together, the three modules thus cover an optical zoom range of 16-80mm.
When filming in 4K/UHD (30p), the digital image stabilization should now also take effect (with the P20, this only works in FHD). Some new AI-based effect modes have also been added, for example the background around a person can be desaturated automatically in video mode.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has otherwise the newest HUAWEI Kirin 980 SoC with 2 x Cortex A76 2.6 GHz + 2 x Cortex A76 1.92 GHz + 4 x Cortex A55 1.8 GHz, a 6.39" OLED DIsplay (3120 x 1440, 538 PPI) and a 4200 mAh battery, which can be charged by SuperCharge in 30 minutes to 70%. In the 6 GB + 128 GB memory configuration it costs 1049 Euro. The Mate 20 costs 799 Euro in the smallest memory configuration (4 GB RAM + 128 GB ROM), but in comparison to the Pro it only has a TFT display and the main camera module has a resolution of only 12MP.