The Huawei P20 and the P20 Pro won’t be making an appearance at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Reportedly, the two devices are set to be launched on March 27 with past leaks pointing at a triple cameras and an iPhone X-like a notch. A new photo of the alleged Huawei P20 has leaked to say otherwise and the phone can be seen sporting two camera modules on the back, instead of three.
However, an iPhone X-like notch is still there, though it isn’t exactly a replica but is somewhat inspired by the Apple flagship. The device comes with a tall display and with a huge chunk of bezel at the bottom, where the fingerprint sensor is also present. So now, all the in-display fingerprint sensor rumours can just walk away. The images come from the popular tipster, Evan Blass on Twitter. The base variant of the Huawei P series devices will reportedly come with a dual-camera setup at the rear, unlike its bigger brother which is expected to sport a triple-camera setup.
Taking a closer look at the image, the device seems to be running the Android 8.0 Oreo, given the logo on the phone’s screen. Interestingly, the rear part of the device mentions ‘Shirley’ in the bottom left corner, which could possibly be the phone’s codename or could be something else.
Another leak comes from China’s iChangeZone which confirms the presence of a notch at the top of Huawei P20 and its rear-placed dual cameras. Also, some leaks suggest that the P20 Pro may sport a 6-inch FHD+ (1080 x 2160 pixels) display. Under the hood, the P20 Pro is expected to come powered by Huawei’s in-house Kirin 970 processor which will be coupled with 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of internal storage.
The latest live images from MyDrivers (included above) reveal a horizontally-placed dual cameras which has an LED light next to it. The camera comes with the Leica branding, as seen in the images, with the camera specifications and the phone’s pricing still a mystery. Both the set of leaked images show a different version of the phone and Huawi is expected to clear this confusion on March 27.
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