Huawei Mate 20 Pro is not only one of the best Android smartphones on the market, but one of the best handsets around period.
That is because the hardware not only nails the basics customers expect from any flagship, but it also boasts a number of innovative features that are not available on most of its rivals.
Mate 20 Pro comes with a 6.39-inch AMOLED display that has a resolution of 1440×3120 and a density of 538 pixels-per-inch.
The device’s panel is curved on its side and has a notch at the top that houses the hardware’s facial recognition technology.
Powering the Mate 20 Pro is the Chinese OEM’s own Kirin 980 processor that is accompanied by 6GB of RAM.
The duo combine to deliver rapid performance across Google’s latest and greatest operating system, Android 9 Pie.
Mate 20 Pro’s headline act is by far is triple-lens snapper that can take some of the best and most unique photos on a smartphone.
The Chinese handset comes with a 40-megapixel main sensor that is accompanied by a 20-megapixel wide-angle lens and an 8-megapixel telephoto unit.
We loved the wide-angle technology housed inside the Mate 20 Pro at Express.co.uk and was one of the reasons it won our phone of the year award for 2018.
Another great feature about the Mate 20 Pro is the fact Huawei made it available in a number of different colour options.
The most striking is by far its Twilight gradient flavour that oozes flashes of blue and purple.
At launch the Mate 20 Pro was available in three colours in the UK; black, Twilight and emerald green.
However, in China the device came in two additional colours dubbed Sapphire Blue and Cherry Pink.
But now it at appears two more colours for the hardware have debuted in the Asian market.
Called Comet Blue and Fragrant Red, both deliver a new visual offering for Huawei fans.
Both flavours appear to flaunt a gradient finish, meaning the colours look slightly different depending on the angle they are viewed.
The fresh designs are currently available to purchase on Huawei’s online Chinese store.
However, much to the disappointment of UK fans, the new flavours are not currently available in other territories.
Moreover, it is currently unknown if the Chinese OEM has plans to bring the new colours to other markets.
Since the Mate 20 Pro launched both its Cherry Pink and Sapphire Blue gradients have remained exclusive to Asia.