Huawei will present on March 27 in Paris its new P20 , P20 Lite and P20 Pro smartphones , all with the exotic notch at the top of the screen and redesigned design compared to what we saw in the generation of 2017.
After seeing a series of renderings being published by the ever-evolving Evan Blass of the Evleaks profile on Twitter, it’s time for an image of the most basic variant to appear in real-world environment, letting us have a good idea of what to expect from its wilder versions as well.
The image leaked onto the Slashleaks portal displays the alleged Huawei P20 Lite on the back, allowing a good view of your camera set, fingerprint reader and company logo, as well as all blue reflective glass trim. Just like in the Evan Blass leak, we do not have Leica inscriptions, indicating a more modest set of cameras.
In addition, the image matches a prototype also published by Evleaks , which displayed the internal codename Shirley instead of the Huawei brand. This reinforces that we may be faced with a somewhat more advanced stage prototype than on the previous occasion, with the device coming to market with the visual presented in the most recent rendering published by Evan Blass.
Technical specifications and availability
- 5.84-inch screen with Full HD + resolution and 19: 9 aspect ratio
- Huawei Kirin 659 Octa-Core chipset clocked at 2.39 GHz
- Mali-T830 MP2 GPU
- 4GB of RAM
- 64 GB of space for internal storage
- 16 MP + 2 MP main camera
- Rear Fingerprint Reader
- 3.520 mAh battery
- Android 8.0 Oreo operating system under EMUI 8.0 interface
No details have yet been released about the availability of the new P20 Lite or other models that will be presented by Huawei on March 27, but according to leaks we will have a suggested price of € 369 for the most basic variant, which in direct conversion can be seen as something around R $ 1,479 if we disregard taxes.
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