Huawei could have just delivered the P20 Pro this year and left it at that. It was one of the most feature-packed smartphones I’ve ever tested, and its unique triple-camera array featured the largest sensor we’ve seen in a modern smartphone. It was enough to earn the P20 Pro the highest DxOMark score yet – something no phone has been able to beat seven months later. The Mate 20 Pro takes everything that was great about its predecessor and dials it up to 11. We got the chance to go hands-on with it shortly before launch; from my brief impressions, it…

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