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Huawei Mate 20 Pro: Triple camera supposedly comes without optical zoom

Huawei Mate 20 (Pro): Triple camera supposedly comes without optical zoom

The Huawei Mate 20 (Pro) is supposed to have no telephoto lens. Instead, the triple camera could have a wide-angle lens on board. There is also speculation about a possible departure from the microSD card as a means of expanding storage space.

According to information from the Israeli tech website Girafa, Huawei’s Mate 20 (Pro) does not use a telephoto lens, such as the P20 Pro’s triple camera. For a wide-angle lens to complement the camera setup. This could mean that the zoom function in Huawei’s new top smartphone is worse due to the lack of optical magnification compared to the previous top model. But you would capture more of the environment with a wide-angle shot at the same distance to the subject. What would be “better” in the end is, therefore, more a matter of personal taste.

Better battery, new memory card standard

The improved batteries of the two high-end smartphones should come up with a capacity of 4000 or 4200 mAh (Pro). For the Mate 20, Huawei promises to have a more than 20 percent longer runtime than the Mate 10 – with the same battery capacity. The Mate 20 Pro is also supposed to provide the fastest inductive charging to date with 15 watts of charging power and, thanks to the supercharging technology SuperCharge 2.0, can be charged up to 70 percent in just 30 minutes.

For overwhelming disillusionment, however, should make the rumored change from microSD cards to nanoSD cards. Supposedly Huawei wants to put on both smartphones on the self-developed, smaller memory card. Users who want to expand the storage space of the device, so come around to a new acquisition not around. Especially since, especially at the market launch, it is unlikely that the new format will offer lower prices per GB than the proven standard. the Huawei Mate 20 (Pro) will be officially launched on October 16, 2018.

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