Huawei introduced the Mate 10 Pro a year ago and sold it for a RRP of 799 euros, this year the Pro version of the Mate 20 will once again be significantly more expensive. But there is also a slightly different constellation than then, because this year it is not only the Pro model that will go on sale with us. […]
Huawei introduced the Mate 10 Pro a year ago and sold it for a RRP of 799 euros, this year the Pro version of the Mate 20 will once again be significantly more expensive. But there’s also a slightly different constellation than back then, because this year it’s not just the Pro model that is supposed to hit the market with us. A “normal” Huawei Mate 20 with slightly less blatant features will be available for a lower price.
For the Pro model, Huawei will charge a whopping 999 euros in most EU countries starting next week. The device will be delivered on November 5, colleagues muttered. The Mate 20 Pro is offered with 6 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of data storage. If you want to expand the memory, you need to buy the new Huawei nano memory card. The price is expected to be high: 128 gigabytes cost 50 euros.
Non-professional: a cheaper alternative
At least almost all the hardware details of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro are known from this week and they are quite impressive. Therefore, we are not really surprised by the high-end price. A regular Mate 20 without an in-display fingerprint sensor and face unlock technology should be an attractive alternative for tighter wallets.
And to be honest, the Mate 20 Pro sounds like THE smartphone of the year.