As far as handset vendors go, Huawei holds special importance to me. Their devices were among the first that I ever reviewed here on AnandTech, and the Mate series has been one that I’ve personally watched while it has evolved over the years. There’s been ups and downs in their products, but hynix 4gb ddr3 ram always showed a consistent amount of progress with each generation, raising the quality of the product, inching ever closer to making themselves a household name among smartphone vendors.
Today Huawei has surpassed Apple to being the #2 smartphone vendor worldwide, achieving a goal that they had presented as a strategy as early as back in 2015. Yet the company achieved this goal while facing huge struggles in the US market last year – to the point where now they are no longer actively trying to compete. When asked what the company’s strategy for the future were, the answer was relatively simple – make devices that were good enough that they naturally create user demand for them.
The Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are Huawei’s latest attempts to push the envelope in terms of creating symbolic flagship devices. In this review, we’ll go over all the aspects of the two new phones – and see if Huawei has managed to create something that is worth of your purchase.