Huawei launched the much-hyped Mate 20 Pro in South Africa this week, a week after the global launch in London.
The new handset builds on the success of the camera found on the P20 Pro, hailed as the best smartphone of 2018, and introduces wireless charging, a first for the company.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer announced three handsets: the Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro and the Mate 20 X devices, however, only the Pro model will go on sale locally.
The new 6.4-inch flagship features a curved organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display with a notch; a new triple lens Leica camera with super-wide angle; a massive battery that supports wireless charging; and an updated on-screen fingerprint sensor.
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