Huawei’s P series of smartphones has been having its name increments coming in tens instead of ones, and now it seems that Mate series is also going to have it that way. The company just patented ‘Huawei Mate 20’ name at European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), which suggests that we’re most probably not going to have any Mate 11 now.
But that’s not the only name patented by the company. It’s turning out that Huawei has also patented Mate 30, Mate 40 etc. all the way up to Mate 90. The convention is set!
What this means is that in future we’re almost always going to get Mate series devices in generations of 10s instead of +1 sequences. Exceptions may come from time to time, but it will be safe to assume this convention as more of a rule than an exception now when company has patented every single term running from Mate 20 to Mate 90.
As far as Huawei Mate 20 is concerned, according to information leaked last month it’s expected to come with a 6.9-inch AMOLED screen without curved edges. Under-screen fingerprint sensors are also rumored to be included in this device. Other than this, however, we don’t know much about the upcoming phablet. Let’s wait for some more leaks.
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