While Samsung is good to go to release its Galaxy S9 and S9+, a day before the MWC 2018, Huawei then again, is adapting to release its leader P20 and P20 Plus in March. Since bits of gossip about Huawei’s next P-series flagships are now skimming, a few leaked stories had displayed the telephone’s plan from the beginning.
The fingerprint on the back?
The leaks appears to have affirmed late disclosures by TENAA that Huawei P20 will have a full-screen display with the fingerprint sensor accessible beneath the display, being indistinguishable to the one like the Huawei P10 has.
In light of the leaks, the fingerprint sensor on the Huawei P20 Plus (likewise called as Pro) has been placed to the back, with just the Huawei logo appearing on the base bezel. The report recommended that Huawei’s forthcoming P20 telephone could accompany a phenomenal triple camera setup and will be sure the world’s first smartphone with three back cameras.
Returning to the released leaks, both the telephones have an indistinguishable plan about what the phones should look like alongside the about bezel-less display with an iPhone X-like little notch.
On the off chance that rumors are to be trusted, the P20 Plus could wear a 6.2-inch display with a resolution of 1600×1080 pixels. The telephone is required to be controlled by the Kirin 970 chipset with 6GB/8GB RAM. The cellphone could be released with 128GB/256GB worth of storage. The P20 Plus will be supported by a 4000 mAh battery.
A triple camera?
Discussing the triple back camera setup, the Huawei P20 is reputed to brag a 12MP color sensor, a 16MP monochrome sensor and a 16MP zooming focal point. A gap of f/1.8 is cited, however it is not known which of the cameras it alludes to, and the same goes for OIS.
On the front, the handset could highlight 8MP shooter with f/2.0 gap. The P20 Plus with 8GB RAM and 256GB worth of storage may cost around CNY 5,899 in China, which at the present trade rates suggests $930.
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