The annual flagship of Huawei Mate20 series launched three new products at a time, the purpose is to adapt to the different needs of different users, then, what is the difference between Huawei Mate 20X and Mate 20pro? Let’s have a brief look.

For the display, it’s the Mate 20 Pro’s AMOLED display that is the best looking. The LCD displays on the Mate 20, and Lite are great, but they pale into insignificance next to the deep inky blacks and vibrant colors on the Mate 20 Pro.
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The 20 X might also have an AMOLED display, but the Mate 20 Pro is also the only phone with a 1440p resolution — the rest top out at 1080p — and it curves into the body. While it’s rudely interrupted by the large notch, it’s still easily the brightest, crispest, and most beautiful display here.

You’ll find Huawei new release’s super-powered gaming mode, GPU Turbo, on each of these phones, and there is advanced A.I. built into each of them as well, which will recognize scenes in your camera, manage your resources while gaming, and power the Qmoji Animoji-style AR emoji feature.

But it’s the Mate 20 Pro that packs the most special features. It’s the only phone to come with an in-display fingerprint scanner, and there is also advanced facial recognition on the level of Apple’s FaceID, and the ability to reverse wireless charge.

Both Huawei Mate20 X and Huawei Mate20 Pro are equipped with Huawei’s new, super-powerful Kirin 980 processor, and have access to 128GB of onboard storage, and up to 6GB of RAM, making them similarly powerful.
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However, Mate 20 X comes with an innovative cooling system that uses graphene and a vapor chamber to keep the phone cool. This should mean the Mate 20 X’s processor can handle more demanding tasks without having to slow down, giving it an edge in performance.

Each of these phones also has a beefy battery, and they are all likely able to provide multiple days of battery life on a single charge. The Mate 20 X’s 5,000mAh battery is the biggest by far, dwarfing the large 4,200mAh battery in the Mate 20 Pro.

Only the Mate 20 Pro comes with Qi wireless charging, but the Mate 20, Pro, and X get Huawei’s SuperCharge fast charging. Huawei claims the Mate 20 Pro can recharge up to 70 percent in 30 minutes — and the Mate 20 and X aren’t far behind this speed.

Mate 20 pro is actually the most comprehensive mobile phone. However, compared with the Mate20 X, the only drawback is that there is no graphene heat dissipation and liquid cooling, and the battery is also a pity, while the Mate20 X, although the battery is relatively large, but the 40W fast charge is much inferior to the Mate20 pro.

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