Huawei P20 promo images show 3 rear cameras and a notch, leak

Written by Sajeel Syed ·  1 min read >

Yes, the premiere triple rear cameras would be amazing, as the leak looks close enough to be official.

Huawei’s P20 series smartphones have been consistently appearing in leaks and they might have actually leaked more times than Samsung’s 2018 flagships Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Anyhow, as we are getting close to the launch date of Huawei P-series smartphones which is set on March 27 at a dedicated event in Paris, official teasers are already making the rounds in China.

A Dutch site has gathered two official-looking promo images for the Huawei P20. The leaked images show that the phone has a triple camera setup on the back and an iPhone X-style notch in a smaller size. Where the previously leaked images claimed that Huawei P20 would only feature dual rear camera this newly leaked image tells a different story.

Well, it’s still not clear whether what you are seeing in the pictures above is actually a P20 or P20 Pro, however, from the two color options i.e. Black and Blue this smartphone could be P20 Pro. However, these two will not be the ultimate color options for these smartphones considering their predecessors where Huawei P10 has at least 6 color variants.

Previously, we have told our readers that both P20 and P20 Pro are expected to get the latest HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC, same as the last year’s flagships of Mate series, so expect these smartphones to be artificially intelligent too. The title of the promo images also calls them so “See Moore With AI”, but that hints towards some AI camera magic.

The expected price of Huawei P20 will be around $800, P20 Plus will cost you $900 while P20 Lite will be mid-range offering with a price tag of $450. The prices are also estimated from an earlier leak so take everything with a pinch of salt.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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