Huawei P20 with Triple Rear Cameras Could Unveil on March 27, Event Invite Hints


As we already know that Huawei will be attending the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona but the company is unlikely to unveil any new smartphones at the event. Now, today company has announced a separate event on March 27 in Paris, France. The company is expected to unveil its much-rumored Huawei P20 along with two other P-series smartphones.

Now, Huawei has finally sent out media invites for the launch event on March 27 in Paris, France. The invite poster shows a picture of Eiffel Tower in Paris with three circles in the background indicating the triple camera system. Also, the bottom of the invite, there is caption “See mooore with AI” which clearly indicates that the camera apps of the next-gen P series handsets will have artificial intelligence-powered features to tweak images.

Unfortunately, the invite doesn’t reveal anything else about the upcoming P-series smartphones. However, from the previous leaks, the company is expected to unveil three smartphones with codename Emily (P20), Charlotte (P20 Plus) and Anne (P20 Lite).

All of the three smartphones are expected to feature triple rear cameras at the back and sports 18:9 fullView displays with slim bezels on the top and bottom, while the Pro model is expected to come with an iPhone X-like notch on the top. Both the smartphones are said to be powered by Huawei’s in-house Kirin 970 flagship processor, which we have seen in the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro.

Also, the Huawei P20 lite has recently appeared on the FCC listing, which reveals that the device will also have an iPhone X-like notch on the top of the display.

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