Just like with previous Mate launches, Huawei is expected to launch a premium version under the Porsche Design brand. CEO Richard Yu confirmed it, and Evan Blass got hold of the official renders ahead of the September 19 launch.
Like the Mate 20 RS, you get a leather-clad back with a glass panel in the middle. The bump-free camera module is still there, though you get four cameras this time—the flash is relocated on the phone’s left side. Up front, you have the same notched waterfall display found on the Mate 30 Pro.
Expected specs include a Kirin 990 processor, 12GB RAM, and up to 1TB of internal storage.