Huawei P20 Images Appear on TENAA, Reveals iPhone X-Like Notch Design and Vertical Dual Cameras

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Huawei P20 is rumored to be codenamed as Emily. Hence, the EML-TL00 and EML-AL00 Huawei phones that were found listed on TENAA in the previous week could be the storage/RAM/carrier variants of the Huawei P20. The TENAA listings did not include images or specifications of the phone. Its images had recently appeared for some time on the website of the Chinese regulatory agency, but they are no longer available now. However, we managed to get those images before they were removed. As far as specs of P20 variants are concerned, they have still not appeared on TENAA yet.

As it can be seen in the above images, the Huawei P20 features a blue colored metallic body. The device sports a full screen design with a home button at the bottom and a notch at its top. The fingerprint sensor could be embedded in the home button whereas the notch seems to be housing a selfie camera and another sensor.

The left side of the phone is barren, and its right side features a volume rocker and power key. The backside of the phone is curved towards the edges. It features a vertically arranged dual camera setup and below it is the LED flash and Leica branding. The company’s branding can be found at bottom-left of the rear panel.

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These images are way different from the leaked photos of a prototype of P20 that appeared yesterday. This suggests that there may be multiple prototype of P20. However, the images that have appeared on TENAA could be the final design of the phone.

The new images of the P20 resembles with the photos of the P20 Lite that have appeared on FCC.  This suggests that the entire P20 series may feature iPhone X like notch design with vertical dual rear cameras. The specifications of the P20 are likely to be revealed soon as the TENAA listings of EML-TL00 and EML-AL00 are expected get updated with their images and specifications in the near future.

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