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Huawei just tried new strategy to get people’s attention and focus on its upcoming flagship by trolling Apple for “keeping things the same” in the newly launched iPhone models of 2018. Not to mention that Apple unveiled its latest and most powerful trio of iPhone models including iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR just recently with the exact same designs and pretty much similar features as those of the older iPhone X.

According to a post published on Twitter by Huawei, Apple will bring nothing new to the market with its new flagships. The post says “thank you for keeping things the same. See you in London 16.10.18”. In case you do not know, this teaser is for the announcement of Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, scheduled to be held on October 16th in London.

The Chinese tech giant was quick to point out that its launch is going to be “beyond consistency”, “beyond horizon”, and “beyond intelligence”. We don’t know what that exactly means, but with the hashtag #HigherIntelligence, Huawei is most probably hinting at more advanced features based on artificial intelligence on the Mate 20 flagship series; making them more innovative than the iPhone 2018 models.

About Mate 20 Series

We already know that the duo of Mate 20 series flagship phones will be powered by the new octa-core Kirin 980 chipset – a 7nm processor much similar to Apple’s recently-launched A12 Bionic that came with the new iPhone models.

Be noted that both these phones are in rumor mill as of now and there’s not much we can say about their specifications with authenticity. However, what reports suggest is that the upcoming Mate 20 would bring a 6.3-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and screen resolution of 2244 x 1080 pixels.

The Kirin 980 chipset will be accompanied by 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. There will also be a triple camera setup on the rear composed of three sensors with the same configuration as that of P20 Pro. The smartphone is expected to be fuelled by a battery source of 4000mAh or more.

Stay tuned as we’ll let you know when more information becomes available.