Huawei announced the new P20 line, which is awesome enough as it is (that twilight color though!). But the company didn’t stop there, as it had another Porsche-partnered treat in store.
The Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS is the latest Porsche Design device, an upgraded Mate 10 Pro with a few surprises thrown in. First and foremost is the in-screen fingerprint sensor. This is in addition to the rear mounted fingerprint sensor. The two allow you to access different mobile spaces with a touch.
Other specs include a 6-inch 1440p OLED display, a Kirin 970 processor, 6GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 4,000mAh battery, IP67 water resistance, 10W wireless charging, and the P20 Pro’s triple camera system. That camera system features 960FPS slow motion, a 40MP main sensor, and 5x hybrid zoom. Unfortunately, that third sensor really looks tacked on.
Inside the box you get USB Type-C earphones, two USB cables, two chargers (one US and one international), a headphone adapter, and a fancy leather case. On the phone you’ll get multiple Porsche logos.
If you need a smartphone to go with your new 911 GT3 RS (see where the name comes from?), this is likely the device for you. That is, if you can afford the 1695 Euro price tag (around $2100 USD, though that may not be the price for US customers).