Huawei P20 is already confirmed as coming on March 27 and ahead of that date we expect the Chinese company to intensify its media campaign in form of teasers and leaks and we really aren’t getting disappointed. Recently, the live images of the Huawei P20 made its way online. Now, the hands-on video from where the leaked images were grabbed have appeared on Weibo.
The leaked video reveals the phone’s design and showcase both sides, front as well as back. It appears that the phone comes with metal frame and glass body. The video also reveals that the phone will be featuring a full-screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The display takes up the majority area on the front panel. While the phone is rumoured to be sporting an iPhone X-like notch, we can’t see that in the video. Also, there’s no company or model branding on the front side but at the back, Huawei is written at the lower aspect.
On the back panel, the phone packs three camera sensors and an LED flash. From the top-left corner, two camera sensors are lined horizontally, followed by an LED flash and another camera sensor. The camera lenses come from Leica as the Leica branding is present in the top-right corner. As for the camera specs, an earlier leak shows that the camera will be a 12MP + 16MP + 16MP setup with OIS and f/1.8 aperture. At the front, the device packs a single 8MP camera sensor with f/2.0 aperture.
The device also comes with an all-glass design which is curved on all sides just like the Mate 10 Pro. Perhaps, this fuels speculations that the device may be the HP20 Pro whose specs recently leaked. We can’t be so sure about that, though, but we’ll find out all the juicy details about the P20 series on March 27.