Huawei is preparing to launch its annual spring flagship, its P-series line, on March 27 in Paris. And while most of the hype from both the company and interested observers surrounds the triple-rear-camera P20 Pro, there are two other models in the lineup, and all three feature 18:9, nearly bezel-less displays — along with a controversial “notch” along the top of the screen to house a selfie cam and sensors.
Huawei P20 (with two, not three, rear cameras) pic.twitter.com/GRJbIS8NNY
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Even the most modest of these handsets, the P20 Lite (pictured up top) is no slouch with respect to specifications. According to someone who’s spent time using the device, it’s a 5.6-inch phone with a 1080 x 2250 fullscreen display and rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Powered by an octa core Kirin 659 chipset (in a 4 x 2.38GHz + 4 x 1.7GHz big.LITTLE configuration), P20 Lite will ship with Android 8.0 Oreo and contain 4GB of RAM, plus 64GB of internal storage and a 3520mAh battery.
On the back, its Leica co-developed dual camera array features a pair of 16-megapixel components, endowing it with hybrid zoom capabilities. EMUI 8.0 is employed for the user interface.
Neither pricing nor release details were shared at this time.