Huawei P20 Plus 3D Renders Show Unusual Triple Camera Design

by Habeeb Onawole 0

Yesterday, we got a look at 3D renders of the Huawei P20 Lite which gave us an idea of what to expect. Today, it has been followed by 3D renders of the high-end P20 Plus.

According to @OnLeaks, Huawei has two prototypes of the Huawei P20 and Huawei P20 Plus. One prototype of each phone has a home button/fingerprint scanner while the other doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner in front or on the rear. This 3D render of the Huawei P20 Plus belongs to the latter category.

Huawei P20 Plus

The Huawei P20 Plus is said to have a 6.0-inch screen (approx.) and measures 155.3 x 74.2 x 7.7mm (9.8mm including camera bump).

Just like the P20 Lite from yesterday, the P20 Plus has a notch in the display too and houses the same front camera, earpiece, and sensor trio. It also has a thicker lower bezel.

The rear is where things get more exciting. Huawei is using the same iPhone-X style camera for the P20 Plus but unlike the iPhone which has its LED flash between the two sensors, Huawei has put what appears to be a laser focus module between the two sensors.

Outside the dual camera setup is a third camera lens which is quite bigger than the other two. This is the rumored third sensor Huawei’s next flagship will come with. There is also a LED flash below the third sensor.

The back of the phone is made of glass and at the bottom left corner is Huawei’s branding. The right side of the phone is home to the buttons. The top is home to a secondary microphone and a second hole that OnLeaks says is too small to be an audio jack. At the bottom is a USB-C port flanked on both sides by speaker grilles.

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The Huawei P20 Plus will be powered by the Kirin 970 processor which has a dedicated NPU. According to the first leak about the triple camera system, one of the lens should provide 5x zoom and the front camera should be a 24MP sensor.

Huawei has set March 27 as the launch of the next P-series phones and the venue is Paris, France.

(Sources: 1, 2)