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Leaked image of the Huawei P20 series featuring a notch and iPhone X-like camera leave little to the imagination

tech2 News Staff

Smartphone makers seem to have gone a notch up since the time the notch was introduced by the Apple iPhone X. The yet to be launched Huawei P20 has leaked out several times in the past but newly leaked press renders reveal the not just one smartphone but the entire series from every angle possible, giving fans of the brand a detailed closer look at the new series of devices.

Huawei P20 leaks might come with a notch on top. @evleaks

Huawei P20 leaks might come with a notch on top. @evleaks

Tipster Evan Blass' Twitter account has come up with new leaks of P20, P20 Lite, and P20 Pro. What is interesting, is that all the three variants have a notch on the top with a near bezel-less screen. The bezel seems to be thicker at the bottom of the screen.

Interestingly, by the looks of it, the P20 and P20 Pro come with a fingerprint reader at the bottom top of the screen, while the P20 Lite comes with a fingerprint sensor behind the phone with the bezel at the bottom of the screen displaying the "Huawei" logo.

The leaks also suggest P20 and P20 Lite will have a dual camera setup and P20 Pro will have a three-camera setup.


Huawei P20 Lite. @evleaks

Huawei P20 Lite. @evleaks

As per >reports Huawei P20 is expected to launch on >27 March in Paris. It has also been speculated that the Huawei P20 is likely to be priced at 679 Euros (roughly Rs 54,000), P20 Lite is for Euros 369 (around Rs 30,000) and P20 Pro at Euros 899 (around Rs 73,500)

Huawei P20 Pro. @evleaks

Huawei P20 Pro. @evleaks

Other speculations include a 4,000 mAh battery, which is expected to be packed in P20 Pro.

Also See: Huawei P20, P20 Pro and P20 Lite leak reveals European prices for the smartphones

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