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Several features, or lack thereof, are also being tracked for the series. From color temperature sensors to microSD card support, it's being talked about here.
There's been code dug up to show that this effort will primarily focus on China, where the market has been more muddled and untapped by behemoths Google and Amazon.
Post-MWC, Huawei is turning up the heat for its next major smartphone launch. The name's all official, but the "renaissance" has yet to begin.
It's practically etched in stone now that the 5.6-inch Huawei P20 Lite will feature an iPhone X-style notch, two rear cameras co-developed with Leica, and a Kirin 659 SoC.
It's still unclear how many rear-facing cameras the Huawei P20 and P20 Plus will feature and exactly how they will be arranged. Yes, even after the latest leaks. Especially after the latest leaks.
We've had our share of conflicting Huawei P20 leaks lately, but the newest one clears up all the confusion, indeed featuring an iPhone X-borrowed notch and two instead of three rear shooters.
The Huawei P20 variant reportedly codenamed "Emily" may have just paid Tenaa a quick regulatory visit with an iPhone X-style notch in tow and dual rear camera setup.
There might still be hope for notch haters from the upcoming Huawei P20, pictured today with conventional razor-thin bezels and only two rear-facing cameras.
We already knew the Huawei P20 lite was coming with a 2,900mAh battery, and now we're hearing the P20 and P20 Plus will be packing 3,320 and 4,000mAh cells respectively.
Huawei is almost surely planning to unveil the P20 phones in late March in Paris, but that doesn't mean the company will entirely skip this month's Mobile World Congress either.
You probably shouldn't take these newly leaked Huawei P20 Plus renders for granted, as the Chinese OEM has been reportedly considering two different designs. Still, the three cameras on the back are legit.
We're still more than six weeks away from the official Paris announcement of the Huawei P20, but the Chinese OEM has no problem already confirming the phone's buzzworthy triple rear-facing camera setup.
Whether it will ultimately be called Huawei P20 lite or P11 lite, this watered-down version of the Chinese OEM's next-gen flagship is almost certainly set to sport a "notch."
Well, it's only copying if Apple actually follows the whimsical rendering that was released by a research firm. Also, new insight into the parts race for three new iPhones.
Codenamed Anne, the unreleased Huawei P20 lite has most likely scored FCC approval with an iPhone X-inspired "notch" design, 2900mAh battery, and Android 8.0.
Based on gathered intelligence, themes from previous product cycles and one big clue in the pictures, we could have the entry-level flagship in our sights.
The latest flagship from the Chinese manufacturer will apparently get the latest operating system possible at this point.
On this week's show: the Trump administration plays with nationalizing private-sector infrastructure, the spec wars continue on in China and Huawei prepares for launch.
Huawei's finally setting itself up to launch a flagship Android smartphone in the spring, away from the heat and noise of MWC 2018.
The spec sheets and release dates are still up in the air, but at least we can now be (fairly) certain Huawei P20, P20 Plus and P20 Lite devices are coming instead of a P11 series.
We're learning about three phones from Huawei that could be coming at MWC 2018. They apparently have better names than what we've been figuring.