The Mate 20 Pro still one of the very best phones on the market.
Not only does it offer some seriously impressive specs but, with a new lower price, it’s now a bit of bargain.
Recent cuts have seen this flagship dropped to under £550 with retailers including John Lewis and Argos offering the discount.
Now there’s even more good news with Huawei giving fans of this device the chance to get £100 cashback.
This offer is available on the Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro with those buying one of these devices able to claim the money back from August 23.
As a quick reminder, the Mate 20 Pro features a 6.39-inch screen, triple rear camera and a 4,200mAh battery.
There’s also reverse wireless charging which can refill other devices when placed on top of the Mate 20 Pro plus you’ll get Huawei’s latest Kirin 980 processor.
There’s plenty to like about this phone but there could be a big reason not to be tempted right now.
Rumours are rife that Huawei is about to unleash its new Mate 30 Pro on the world and fans may get a look at this phone sooner then they think.
Huawei usually unveils its Mate series in October but a rumour from XDA developers is suggesting a September launch for the Mate 30 Pro.
In fact, the website states that September 19 is the date that fans need to put in their diaries.
There’s no official news on what will be included on the Mate 320 Pro but fans can expect to see a phone with a faster Kirin 990 processor, more impressive battery life and the possible addition of a fourth rear camera.
The news of this release comes as Huawei has just confirmed more news about Android Q coming to its devices.
Huawei has announced EMUI 10, the next generation of its software that will run on top of Android Q.
EMUI 10 totes a refined aesthetic over EMUI 9.1 that currently runs on the Huawei P20 Pro, Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro.
During its Development Conference in the Chinese industrial city of Dongguan, Huawei highlighted EMUI 10’s refined dark mode as one of its signature features.
The Chinese tech giant confirmed EMUI 10 will launch in beta form for the P30 series on September 8.
The Mate 20 Pro was said to receive the new skin “soon” but no time frame was provided for the P20 Pro.
If Huawei does announce a new Mate 30 Pro in September it could be a busy month for smartphone fans.
Apple is also expected to unveil its all-new iPhone 11 next month with this device rumoured to get more rear cameras and a big boost to its speed via a new processor.
Although not confirmed, the iPhone 11 may also get the addition of reverse wireless charging which will allow it to refill other phones and devices such as the new AirPods.
Express.co.uk will bring you all the news about both the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and iPhone 11 as soon as we get official confirmation.