The three Huawei P20 smartphones are seen featuring an 18:9 display aspect ratio with a notch on top, which is similar but slightly smaller than the one seen on the iPhone X.
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If you don’t like the notch trend Apple brought along with the iPhone X, tough luck, because it seems like more smartphone manufacturers are starting to embrace it. The latest to jump on the 'notch' bandwagon is Huawei, with its P20 series of smartphones, if tipster Evan Blass is to be believed. Blass has posted new images of all the three smartphones (P20 Lite, P20 and P20 Pro), which are expected to debut on March 27 at the company’s event and they all have an iPhone X-like notch in common.
The photos of the three smartphones also reveal the differences between them. The Huawei P20 Lite and the P20 can be seen with a dual camera setup at the rear. This is in contrast with previous reports which stated that the P20 will also feature a triple rear camera setup. Also, the P20 gets a home button at the front whereas the P20 Lite comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The P20 Pro is seen featuring a vertically stacked triple rear camera setup, where two of the sensors are stacked together and another one is immediately below. All the three smartphones come with an LED flash on the back and the volume rocker and power key are placed on their right edge.
Image by Evan Blass: Huawei P20 (left) and P20 Lite (right)
Prices of the three smartphones were also leaked recently by Roland Quandt. As per the report, the Huawei P20 is expected to be priced around 679 Euros (Rs 54,500 approx), whereas the P20 Pro and the P20 Lite could cost 899 Euros (Rs 72,000 approx) and 369 Euros (Rs 30,000 approx), respectively. Also, Quandt revealed had previously said that the Huawei P20, P20 Plus and P20 Lite are codenamed Emily, Charlotte and Anne respectively.
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