It is also expected that the Mate 20 series smartphones will come equipped with in-display fingerprint sensor and a new facial recognition technology. That's 6pm PT and 9am ET.
For what we've gathered so far, the Mate 20 series will be powered by the company's brand new 7nm Kirin 980 processor, which Huawei claims that it is the world's most powerful and intelligent chipset.
Besides the phones, it's tipped that Huawei will announce a new MateBook laptop, a new smartwatch and some wireless headphones akin to the Apple EarPods. If you're keen to follow the launch from Australia, the good news is that you don't need to wake up at an ungodly hour. The event will be live streamed on the given time.
As it's done with the previous Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, it's expected that the two phones will share similar specs and designs, but the Pro will likely have the edge when it comes to amounts of RAM, storage and nearly certainly price, thereby earning its "Pro" moniker.
Huawei fans can watch the live feed of the launch event at respective times around the globe.
The Huawei Mate 20 price in the European markets is rumoured to be set at Euro 799 (roughly Rs. 68,400), while the Mate 20 Pro is speculated to debut at Euro 1,080 (roughly Rs. Rs. 92,300). As per the recent rumor, it will come with the 40w fast charging. In August, Huawei launched the Mate 20 Lite as the entry-level model in the new Mate 20 range. It will be available in variable RAM options of 4/6/8GB with 64 and 512 GB of Storage. The smartphone is said to offer 6GB/8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is rumoured to have high-speed LTE access, NFC, Bluetooth v5.0, and Gigabit WLAN along with dual-band support. The Huawei Mate 20 is reported to debut in Blue and Twilight colour options, while the Mate 20 Pro could go on sale in Blue, Twilight, and Black colour options. It's Pro version will be available for the ILS 4,000 (~$1080 and Rs. 80,800).