In an interview, Huawei’s executive Mr. Yu Chengdong declared that the company expects to sell more than 20 million units of its new Huawei P20 series in 2018. Currently, Huawei is in the top 3 smartphone brands in the world alongside Samsung and Apple, and its new series of smartphones is already receiving great feedback from the public. According to Yu, the company is investing in R&D 10 times more than its competition in China in order to develop innovative features for its devices.
This will probably help the company a lot in the market. Yu Chengdong has also declared that the company will try to improve the performance of its old handsets by working on software optimization. So, if you own a Huawei device older than Huawei P20, expect to see new updates that will enhance the speed and/or stability of your handset. The Huawei P20 series is actually composed of three devices: P20, P20 Pro, and P20 Lite. The standard P20 is in the middle, but it is still a flagship phone. It offers a 5.8-inch display, an optically-stabilized dual camera with resolutions of 12 and 20 MP, and a 3400 mAh battery. Huawei P20 Pro is the most powerful and expensive handset from this company.
It boasts the first triple camera ever seen on a mobile phone with resolutions of 40, 20 and 8 MP. Both the handsets have an octa-core Kirin 970 chipset under the hood, which features AI for scene recognition and many other smart features. The Pro variant also has a monster battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh. Huawei P20 Lite is a mid-ranger which can actually be found with a price tag of about €300 all around the world. It features a 5.84-inch display, an octa-core Kirin 659 chipset and a dual camera setup. The trio has just been launched in China with prices of 3788, 4288 and 4988 Yuan.