21 September 2018
UPDATE (September 11th, 2018):
The same Huawei Mate 20 FCC listing has revealed the existence of a new 40W wired charger. It means 4A at 10V which makes it way faster than the current 22.5W charger. There are not many details known yet but we should know as more details will appear in the future.
Original (September 11th, 2018)
Huawei Mate 20 series is launching on October 16th and the invite has also revealed the square camera setup of the same. A few spy pictures and leaked hands-on images of the Mate 20 have also revealed the design or how it’s going to look. While we are unaware of the materials used by Huawei for its Mate 20 series, an FCC certification of its alleged wireless charger concludes a glass back of the series.
The Huawei CP60 wireless charger has received the certification by the Federal Communications Commission. This is a mandatory milestone in the journey of a new product or technology which is destined to be sold in the US as well.
Its appearance on FCC is evident that the charger is real and coming pretty soon. The charger supports 5V-12V 2A fast charging and it looks to be powered itself through USB Type-C.
In related news, the Huawei Mate 20 is also listed on an online Chinese retailer. The listing reveals the price that could be $999 and it also writes the specifications which look more or less curated according to the leaks. Also, the image posted is a concept shared by the designer Ben Geskin.
Going by the latest leaks and this alleged listing, the Huawei Mate 20 features a 6.3-inch AMOLED display with full HD+ 2244x1080 pixels resolution. The device is expected to feature a waterdrop notch with a full bezel-less screen. It’s going to be powered by Kirin 980 processor and coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The device will run the latest Android 9.0 Pie out of the box with Huawei’s EMUI 9 custom UX layer on the top. It’s expected to have 4200mAH battery and triple lens camera on the back that will be placed in the square setup. More is yet to be revealed, so stay tuned.