Huawei’s flagship P20 series has been rumoured for long and is expected to release by the end of this month. Two of the most prominent features that the smartphone lineup is expected to sport are bezel-less display and triple rear-facing cameras. Today’s leaked images reaffirm these leaks giving us a look at the iPhone X-like notch and an extra camera on the back of the Pro variant. The lineup is expected to include three devices – the Huawei P20 Pro, P20, and the P20 Lite – which will be announced on March 27 in Paris.
The live images are of the Huawei P20 Lite, which should be the lowest-end smartphone of three. While this lite variant boasts a dual-camera setup on its back, its front will have a display with reduced bezels, especially the top one, where the notch can be seen. Being significantly smaller than that of iPhone X, the notch isn’t expected to have any dedicated hardware for facial recognition. The phone, however, still retains a bottom bezel, with on-screen Android navigation keys and rear-placed fingerprint scanner.
On the other hand, the render of the Huawei P20 Pro shows a triple-camera setup on the back, with two of them placed in a single protruding housing aligned vertically, while the third one placed separately with Leica branding right below the LED flash. Over at the front, a similar notch can be seen with a small earpiece and possibly dual front-facing cameras. Based on the previously leaked information, the phone will have a bottom bezel similar to the P20 Lite.
Huawei P20 = 679,xx Euro
Huawei P20 Pro = 899,xx Euro
Huawei P20 Lite = 369,xx Euro
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) March 5, 2018
Ronald Quandt revealed pricing details for all the phones launching under the Huawei P20 series. According to his tweet, the P20 Lite will cost 369 EUR (454 USD/27,575 INR), the P20 will be priced at 679 EUR (836 USD/54,421 INR), while the P20 Pro will be priced at 899 EUR (1,106 USD/72,066 INR). These aren’t confirmed prices and should change when the phones are officially announced by Huawei later this month.
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