The Huawei Mate20 and Mate20 Pro won't be available until November 1 - but you can pre-order them now from Optus and Vodafone. Here's how the plans compare.
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Huawei has released their all new Mate 20 Pro and it looks like a sensational device. Huawei has managed to leapfrog Apple and Samsung to produce a smartphone that offers features we've not seen before as well as integrating some of the best ideas from other devices. So, why would you buy the Huawei Mate 20 Pro? Here are five reasons.
Today Huawei unveiled two new flagship smartphones: the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. Boasting a next-gen Kirin 980 processor, an AI-powered triple camera crafted by Leica, a truly massive 4200mAh battery and an in-screen fingerprint sensor, the Mate20 Pro is a serious contender for smartphone of the year. Here's everything Australians need to know.
In an era of leaks and constant rumours about new devices, Huawei managed to do something not many other manufacturers have managed - it released a product no-one anticipated. The Huawei Mate 20 X is the Chinese smartphone maker's latest phablet - a 7.2-inch portable computing powerhouse that gives those looking for a single device to breach the gap between their smartphone and their tablet a new option. Here's everything you need to know.
Huawei lifted the curtains on its Mate20 Pro smartphone today during a special launch event in London. In the wake of all those laser-precision leaks, there weren't many surprises during the launch. One thing we weren't expecting were pre-order goodies that actually don't suck.
All eyes were on Huawei today for the launch of the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro. In a rare audience blindside, the company unveiled a third phone - the gargantuan 7.2-inch Android pitched squarely at hardcore gamers. Say hello to the Huawei Mate 20 X.
Huawei will be unveiling its latest flagship smartphone - the Mate 20 Pro - tonight. This new model promises to up the ante on the market leaders, Samsung and Apple, as the smartphone market undergoes a solid round of innovation following a couple of years or incremental improvements. So, what does Huawei have in store? Here are five things you need to know about the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
If you're not already, you should be paying attention to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. For a few years now Huawei's flagship smartphones have competed on the level of Samsung and Apple's more expensive offerings - especially when it comes to photography. Now, the Mate 20 Pro will allegedly lift Huawei's game even further.
How big is too big when it comes to a smartphone? A few years ago, some people (iPhone users, mainly) would have said anything over four inches. Nowadays, six inches is closer to the mark.
However, Huawei reckons there's still room in our pockets for one more inch (ooh-er!) Behold the Honor Note 10.
VideoLAN and Huawei are in a fight. So much so, that you can no longer grab the ever-popular, feature-packed VLC media player app from the Google Play Store on Huawei smartphones — VideoLAN's nuclear option. But you can still download the VLC APK directly from VideoLAN and you should... with a few adjustments.
Huawei Australia has released a new firmware update that allows users to unlock their phones with facial recognition software - just like Face ID on the latest Apple iPhones. The new feature has been rolled out to a range of devices. Here's how to get it working.
Huawei have made a pretty big splash in Australia, delivering a line of smartphones that deliver on impressive internal specs and remarkably well-designed cameras. Those that got their hands on their previous high-end offerings - the Mate 10, for example - were not disappointed. Now, the P20 Pro, unveiled in March this year, is coming to Australia to shake things up even more. Here's how much the P20 Pro will cost in Australia and when you can get it.
By all accounts, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Apple iPhone X are dann good smartphones. Both come packed with the latest and greatest tech, especially in regards to the camera...which means it doesn't come cheap.
If you're looking at upgrading your phone this year but the S9 and iPhone X seem a little out of reach, then here are some alternatives that you should consider.
Mobile World Congress is the big show when it comes to all things mobile. Whether that's laptops, smartphones, tablets or retro gadgets, this is where everyone that isn't Apple unveils their latest and greatest products. This year has been no exception, with Nokia, Huawei, and others all showing off the mobile hardware we'll be coveting for the next year.
Here are the five new products that have us intrigued and grabbed our attention.