Huawei P11 Adopts iPhone X – Like Bangs Display

Huawei P11 Adopts iPhone X – Like Bangs Display

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While many top brands are fighting to get the newly announced Snapdragon 845 chip first, Huawei is quietly working on its next flagship that will be announced at MWC2018, which should take place on February 26. As you know, the Chinese leading manufacturer usually comes with a P-line flagship in the first quarter of every year. So the next model from this family should be the Huawei P11. The latter is said to sport Huawei’s latest Kirin 970 SoC with AI. But there are other and more interesting features that are rumored to appear on this model as well.

Recently we were talking about the most realistic renders of the Huawei P11. They showed this flagship will adopt the iPhone X’s bangs design. But what’s interesting, even with such a display design the Huawei P11 continues coming with a blank chin. Probably there are patent issues related to the iPhone X design.  However, the bangs screen will help the phone to come with a larger display and looking differently. Seems it’s promoted as Huawei FullView Display.

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Apart from this, we have heard the upcoming Huawei P11 will continue using Leica camera sensors, but this time they have become way larger. It’s said the phone will sport a 40MP lens on the back, while front shooter will use a 24MP selfie-centric sensor.

All these features will make the Huawei P11 become one of the strongest smartphones till the date. But we should also remember the Xiaomi Mi 7, Samsung Galaxy S9, and other much-awaited top-notch models will come at the same time.

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