Huawei isn’t expected to announce its P20 series models at the Mobile World Congress 2018. The tech giant is expected to take the wraps off the models in an event scheduled for March 27. However, the models have continued to dominate discussions and the latest is the rumour of a Huawei P20 Pro whose specs just leaked.
The leaked document seems to be a screenshot of the retail page of an e-commerce platform where the P20 Pro is already listed with a price tag of 5899 Yuan ($930 or €757). With this hefty price tag, comes a device with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The specs details also include the Kirin 970 chip, an 18:9 display Aspect ratio, a 6GB + 128GB model which is expected to be expandable up to 256GB.
An interesting aspect is that the device also packs a triple camera configured as a 12MP+ 16MP+16MP triple shooters with OIS, f1/8 aperture etc. At the front, the device packs a single 8MP sensor with f2.0 aperture and front focus. This P20 Pro is likely the second model after the P20 Plus which would be announced with an innovative triple camera setup at the rear. We don’t know how that would be starked.
The renders of the P20 and P20 Plus also made their grand appearance in the open. Indeed, the appearance is grand as it highlights the device with an iPhone X-like notch. Both devices are also shown to have ultra-thin bezels at the sides. One striking difference between the two is that while the P20 has a home button reminiscent of the full-screen design of the Honor 7X while the P20 Plus lacks a home button up front. That means the P20 will likely pack a front fingerprint sensor while the P20 Plus may come with a rear-mounted one.
Do take the purported specs of the Huawei P20 Pro with a pinch of salt.