A collection of schematic designs for some new Huawei handsets have leaked, showing off a set of new, upcoming devices, features, and naming conventions. The leak shows off the P20, P20 Plus, and P20 Pro, with the last design taking a little inspiration from Apple’s design team.
This leak also hints that we won’t be seeing the Huawei P11 at MWC this year. Instead, the device will be called as the P20, along with other variants.
The above leak from /Leaks on Twitter sports the Huawei P20, which doesn’t have any significant difference from previous models from the company. The device is expected to feature a slim bezel, rounded corners, a home button, and three camera system. Well, the third camera seems a little bit odd but it is the update we might see in the upcoming handsets.
The P20 Plus features an almost identical design, though it will likely have a larger screen. On the rear, the camera setup will also change to a vertical orientation instead of the horizontal orientation.
Lastly, the above image features the P20 Pro. It features the vertical triple camera layout but moves it to the centre of the device above the fingerprint scanner. The front of the phone is all-screen, except for the notched display, which we have seen already on the Essential Phone or iPhone X.
Besides similarities, we can also assume that we probably won’t be seeing an on-screen fingerprint scanner since the tech giant has placed them on the rear of the device.
We’re anticipating a Kirin 970 CPU paired with 6GB of RAM, a very high-resolution display, and EMUI. We are certainly going to see more updates on the phone because we have plenty of time before MWC.