Huawei now officially confirms the name of Huawei P10 successor- Huawei P20. Until now it was speculated that the next Huawei’s flagship may be either Huawei P11/Huawei P20. Now, the Chinese manufacturer is confirming the name of the flagship as Huawei P20 in the teaser video. It may miss out the MWC event and launch the phone at a separate event likely to happen in Paris.
Rumors suggest that the Huawei P20 may feature three lenses on the rear thus enhancing low-light photography. It is likely to pack in better AI smarts that can yield a better picture. We even expect the upcoming flagship having narrow bezels thus giving space for larger display. The Huawei’s teaser video of seven seconds renders the photo of Paris overlayed with a date “27-03-2018”. Then there comes the name of the device, Huawei P20 with a hint of three cameras. This video confirms the launch of next flagship at the Paris event on March 27.
Furthermore, the Chinese regulation authority TENNA published the photos of Huawei P20. From the rendered images, we identify that the device has a regular home button, fingerprint scanner, and a volume rocker. On the rear end, there is a dual rear camera that is vertically placed. It is unclear if these two camera lenses have a different aperture with variable viewing angles. Overall, it looks like Huawei is attempting for a sleek design by minimizing the bezels.
Other rumored features include Kirin 970 chip that houses in both Huawei P20 and P20 Plus. It may be accompanied by a 6GB/8GB of RAM and may run on Android 8.0 Oreo. It is possible that the Huawei P20 may have a massive battery of 4000mAh. All these mentioned features are just speculations that are going around. So, we suggest taking all details with a pinch of salt until the Paris event that is scheduled for March 2018.
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