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Huawei P20, P20 Lite, and P20 Pro design detailed in new renders

08 March 2018 4

Huawei already confirmed announcement of P20 series will be on March 27. We have seen tons of renders of P20 series in last few weeks, today the well-known tipster Evan Blass shared the full renders of upcoming P20, P20 Pro, and the P20 Lite. All the renders provide complete details regarding the P20 series design.

All images confirm Huawei P20 series is inspired by the Apple's last year iPhone X notch design that's why all devices have a small notch. As rumored earlier the P20, P20 Lite is featuring dual rear cameras whereas the P20 Pro is bringing three rear cameras. Starting with the most premium P20 Pro.

Huawei P20 Pro

The P20 Pro is one of its kind smartphone with three rear cameras. The camera sensors are placed vertically on the top left corner which is once again seems inspired by the Apple iPhone X cameras arrangement. Recently a P20 Pro teaser video appears online which suggests the P20 Pro tri rear cameras are placed horizontally on the top left corner which certainly creates doubts.

However, considering the Blass record of providing accurate info most of the times, we are inclined towards Blass shared renders design. Not just that almost all recent renders showcase vertical camera arrangements. Huawei and Leica lenses branding on the rear is also vertically positioned. The front-facing notch is even slimmer than iPhone X and features selfie camera and other sensors. Last but not the least an important aspect of P20 Pro design is the inclusion of physical home button on the front despite having slim bezels. The fingerprint scanner is embedded below the physical button.

The tri-camera sensors are slightly protruding. The volume controllers and power button are placed on the right edge whereas the SIM-tray most likely will be on the left edge.

Huawei P20

The standard flagship P20 design is pretty much similar to the Pro variant except the dual rear cameras of P20. We recently spotted P20 and P20 Lite at TENAA certification listing which not only confirms the design but also reveals few details regarding the specs sheet. As per TENAA listing the P20 is featuring a 5.84-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels. As expected the display aspect ratio is 19:9. The rear primary snappers are 16MP+2MP whereas the selfie camera on the front is 24MP.

The Kirin 970 SoC will be powering the device with 4GB RAM and built-in native storage is 64GB. A 2,900mAH battery cell will keep its lights on. As OS the Huawei P20 will be pre-installed with Android Oreo with EMUI 8.0 layer over it.

Huawei P20 Lite

In the end, we have the budget-friendly P20 Lite. As the name suggests the P20 Lite is an affordable variant of the flagship P20. The render confirms dual rear cameras but these sensors are not Leica certified like the flagship model. Also, it doesn't have the physical button on the front instead it features fingerprint scanner on the rear.

As far as pricing is a concern we recently heard that P20 Lite will be available at €369 for the European region whereas the P20 will cost €679. Last but not the least the premium P20 Pro will be available for €899 in Europe. Do share your thoughts regarding the latest renders in the comments section below.

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