Huawei announced its new Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro at an eagerly-awaited event in London this past week. A lot of the excitement around the Mate 20 line of devices can be attributed to Huawei’s new Kirin 980 processor—the first Android SoC with 7nm and ARM’s new powerful A76 CPU cores. After the release of the P20 Pro earlier this year, people were also eager to see what Huawei would do with the next generation of its partnership with Leica. Also announced at the event were the new Ultra-luxury Porsche Design Mate 20 RS, the gaming-focused, enormous-screened Mate 20 X, and the Huawei Smartwatch GT. However, the real focus of the London event was the Mate 20 Pro, which boasts the best features of all the devices (and is likely the company’s best offering, in my opinion). Let’s take a closer look at the device.