Huawei will announce its next flagship smartphone family at a special event in Paris on March 27 . But while we've been aware of this for a few weeks, there has been some confusion over what exactly those models featured there will be called – the P20 and P20 Lite are so leaky that they leak pretty sure, but what about the third device, rumored to have three cameras on the back?
So far, we've assumed that this will be the P20 Plus. This is the naming scheme that the company has used in recent years, but it turns out that it's called P20 Pro instead. This was discovered by Huawei himself through a billboard in Barcelona. The city in which she is located is no coincidence, for MWC 2018 was held there this week, an announcement or two of importance.
Huawei wants you to be patient, as it says, "The rebirth of photography is approaching" – and everything will be revealed on March 27th. The company even highlights the letters "IA", which are the Spanish initials for AI. So if you already have enough of that particular buzzword, get ready to hear more of it by the end of this month.
The P20 Pro may have already been portrayed in a leaked press not long ago, even though we thought it was called P20 Plus at the time. Its triple rear camera is expected to feature a 12 MP color main sensor, a 16 MP black and white sensor and a 16 MP telephoto lens. Aperture f / 1.8 is displayed with at least one of these apertures, the same applies to OIS.
For selfies you have an 8 MP Snapper with f / 2.0 aperture, while RAM / memory options go as high as 8 / 256GB. At the top, we should find the Kirin 970 chipset, which is also found in the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro . The display of the P20 Pro can be a 6 "2.160×1.080 panel, and the light remains a 4,000 mAh battery – at least if previous leaks were correct.
Controversial, but not unexpected, is the P20 Pro a: www. The lower bezel has not quite disappeared, but it was small enough that the fingerprint sensor had to be moved backwards.  Source | Via
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