What are the differences between the Huawei Mate 20, Matt 20 Pro and Matte 20 X

Today Huawei has wanted to show the world to where she is today, and to do this has not presented one, not two, but 4 different phones of the family Matt 20, as are the Matt 20, Matt 20 Pro, Matte, 20 X and kill 20 RS. This latest version is the world-famous Porsche Design, a team that in addition to being very exclusive, very expensive, and which is a fact that we’re not going to see you in Mexico very soon, it is more, perhaps never to be sold in our country.

For this reason we will compare the models that do come to Mexico as the Matte 20 Matte 20 Pro, and will include the new model gaming Huawei, which is brand’s first Huawei made for gamers, because we know as Honor Play is the sub-brand Honor.

Meet the new Huawei Mate 20, Matt 20 Pro and Matte 20 X

The technical specifications of this equipment are the following:

Screen: OLED vs LCD

Honestly I’m not really in favor of that the pc versions have many differences, especially if it is in the high range, but Huawei yes it is, and the differences begin on the screen, and that is that the three models have important aspects that his brothers did not have.

Let’s start with the technology, for both the Mate 20 Pro as the Matte 20 X come with a panel OLED, while the Matte 20 uses the IPS LCD panel. The computer with the smaller screen is the Matte 20 Pro, followed going the Matt 20, and the Matte 20 X has the largest panel, measuring 7.2 inches.

However, the Mate 20 Pro is the one that has the best resolution, followed by the Matte 20 X, and finally we have the Matte 20. With respect to the ratio of screen also Matt 20 Pro and the Matte 20 X have an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, while the Mate 20 has a 18.7:9.

We should also mention that the Matte 20 Matte 20 X have a “notch drop”, while that of the Mate 20 Pro is longer and similar to the iPhone XS, because this is the only one of the three that has face unlock by infrared, while the other models do it only by software.

Power and performance

In the interior of the three teams we’re going to find a processor Kirin 980, the first chip to Android of 7 nanometers, and that it might even be the best in the world thanks to that comes with NPU (Processing Unit Neurological), a technology that improves the performance, useful life of the equipment, autonomy, and camera.

All models come with 6 GB of RAM, but the Matte 20 also has a version with 4 GB, and the Matte 20 X has a 8 GB.

Where the Matte 20 X it carries a round of applause is that it is the world’s first to use graphene for its cooling system, and is that to be a phone designed to take advantage of the games since they need a system of cooling remarkable, and graphene promises results never seen before.

The versions of storage all are of 128 GB, but you can expand this storage using a NM Card, that is to say, a Nano Memory Card, which is about the size of a nano SIM.

Cameras: three similar sensors but different

All models come with a module with three sensors, but are not the same, or well, the Mate 20 Pro and Matte 20 X yes they are, but there are differences when comparing the cameras with the Matte 20.

Where we have the exact same thing is in the type of sensors that are included, as we have a wide-angle, a telephoto and a super wide angle, but the only differences are in the MP sensor, wide-angle and super wide angle.

However, the results will be similar, in fact, at the user level, I can bet that nobody will notice the difference, at least not for the majority of consumers, because the mega pixel will make the difference in bringing these photographs to sizes and larger screens, which is why I think that no one is going to give an account of the difference.

I forgot, yes, there is an additional difference, and is in the telephoto range, as in the Matte 20 is 2 increases, and the Matte 20 Pro and Matte 20 X is 3-raises, but again will be something that many perhaps don’t care too much.

Battery, quick charge, super-fast wireless and

Another point that I think is very important to note is the battery and the load types. In the case of the Matte 20 Matte 20 X we have a system of rapid charging via Super charge 2.0, but the Mate 20 Pro has a new charging technology super-fast 40-watt that allows you to have 70% charge in just 30 min.

Likewise, the Mate 20 Pro is the only of the three that features wireless charging, which is also reversible, but we will talk about that in the next section.

The bigger battery has the Matte 20 X, which is 5,000 mAh, followed by the Mate 20 Pro with 4,200 mAh, and finally we have the Matt 20, with its 4,000 mAh.

What is unique to each model?

Well, as we have already seen the Matte 20 X is a mixture between Matte 20 Pro and the Mate 20, Matt 20 Pro is the most innovative of the three, and the Matte 20 is the version most accessible to consumers.

The Matte 20 does not have any feature or detail exclusive’t see it in the Matt 20 Pro or Matte 20 X, but the other two do have something that the brothers did not, and it is the following:

  • Matt 20 Pro: wireless Charging and certification IP68, sensor of fingerprints on the screen.
  • Matte 20 X: M – Pen, cooling system with graphene.

In the case of Matt 20 Pro have wireless charging which is even reversible, that is to say, the phone can serve as the basis of charging to other devices that support wireless charging, also it is the only one of the 3 models with certification IP68 for water and dust.

The Matte 20 X is not only larger, but also is the first that is compatible with his first touch pen called the M-Pen, which supports 4,096 levels of pressure, and serves to write in the notes screen in the style of other rivals, in fact, Huawei says that this phone is the perfect combination of a team to play and to be productive.

Prices

  • Matt 20: 799 – 849 EUR / 17,400 MXN -18,500 MXN
  • Matt 20 Pro: 1,049 EUR /23,000 MXN
  • Huawei Mate 20X: 899 EUR/ 19,600 MXN (the version of 8 GB of RAM still has no official price)

Prices in mexican pesos are approximate, not official.

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