A little over a week ago, we were able to lay our eyes on leaked hands-on images for the Huawei P20 and P20 Lite. These early images gave us a decent idea of what to expect, but now that renders of the entire P20 series has leaked, there's hardly anything that's left to the imagination.
These renders come courtesy of Evan Blass, and without further ado, here's what we're working with.
Huawei will release three phones in its P20 series, and the one that's placed in the middle is the regular Huawei P20. The phone will come equipped with dual cameras on the back, a glass back with a metal frame, and – of course – a notch on the front of the screen that houses the front-facing camera and a couple sensors.
There is a decently-sized chin at the bottom of the screen, but unlike some phones we saw at MWC 2018, Huawei makes use of this chin by adding a front-facing fingerprint sensor to it.
Huawei P20 Lite
The P20 Lite looks very similar to the P20, but there are a couple key differences to point out. We still have a glass back with dual rear cameras, but the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the back.
Moving to the front of the phone, we have a slightly larger notch and Huawei branding on the chin. It's not as elegant-looking as the P20, but considering the P20 Lite should have a much more affordable price-tag, there's not too much to complain about here.
Huawei P20 Pro
Leading the charge for the P20 series is the Huawei P20 Pro (originally referred to as the P20+). Like the P20 and P20 Lite, the P20 Pro has a glass back, metal frame, and a notch at the top of its screen. The fingerprint sensor is in the same location as the P20, but unlike either of the two phones we've already mentioned, the P20 Pro will come equipped with three cameras on the back.
It's unclear how all three of these sensors will be used as this is the first time we've seen a phone with more than two rear cameras, but it's exciting nonetheless.
What do you think?
Huawei is holding an event in Paris on March 27 to officially announce all of the above phones, but in the meantime, what do you think of these renders? Are you excited for the P20 series? Let me know in those comments down below!
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