Huawei is gearing up to launch its next flagship (the P-series) and the company is adding some new innovations to the devices. The company had redefined the P8 and P9 with a stand-out feature – the dual rear cameras co-engineered by Leica.
Although it is not a very big deal, Huawei will surely make some changes and redefine the photography section of the devices. So, they have opted for three cameras instead of two for the P20 smartphone. As you can see in the image below, the cameras for the Huawei P20 are aligned horizontally and slightly bend to the top left corner of the back panel, this design is called Pro-Triple-lens design. The three cameras will have an output of 40MP along with Hybrid zoom and AI photo assistant.
The image below showcases the front view of the Huawei P20 renders which shows the full-screen design. These renders show that the company has reduced the bezels to a great extent. The bezels are very narrow and the screen to body ratio is very high. The P20 supports a home button in the front along with a fingerprint sensor which is located under the display. The smartphone is speculated to feature a Hisilicon Kirin 970 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM. It will be packed with a 3,600mAh battery.
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