The Huawei P10 and its larger variant was the first flagship of the Chinese leading smartphone maker launched in early 2017. So the next-gen P-line model is awaited to hit the market soon. It is going to be called the P11 as expected, but the Huawei P20 to hint at the number of enhancements made in appearance as well as hardware. Though nothing certain is known about the forthcoming models, it’s said this phone will come in three versions of the Huawei P20, P20 Plus, and P20 Pro. Today a few renderings of Huawei’s upcoming flagship appeared on the net showcasing a revolutionary design and causing a huge stir around it.
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Like the newly launched Mate 10 and many other full-screen models, the Huawei P20 is thought to sport an 18:9 screen as well. But what’s amazing, according to the renderings, the P20 will come to a Galaxy S8-like design with narrowed and curved forehead and chin. Both of them carry some sensors and keys. The narrowed home button in on the bottom side, while the speaker and camera are placed on the forehead.
As for the back, the phone carries a triple-camera placed on the upper left side with a horizontal layout. Of course, it continues using Lecia optics. It’s allegedly called ProTriple-lens design with a 40MP resolution in total. Plus, this camera should provide a 5x hybrid zoom and a new AI photo assistant. The rest of features is assumed to include a Kirin 970 chip, 6GB of RAM, and 3600mAh battery.
The next variant dubbed as the Huawei P20 Plus, should come with identical features but use a vertical camera layout. Although it’s still on the upper left corner.
Finally, the Huawei P20 Pro is assumed to sport an iPhone X bangs design, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, a higher screen-over-body ratio, Kirin 975 chip, 128GB of storage, and vertically placed camera sensor but in the center.