The Huawei P20 will be unveiled after the Mobile World Congress in Paris. The Chinese company has decided to present its tops for 2018 at a private event, thus leaving the Samsung Galaxy S9 without any major competition at the fair in Barcelona.
Much is expected of this Huawei P20. Rumors have been rife but the hard information is not defined. One of the variants of the P20 is said to have 3 rear chambers. However, these images from Android Authority state that the "standard" model will come with "only" two rear sensors.
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This means that the design of the Huawei P20 should not be too different from the P20. In the images we can see that the construction should change a little, the terminal will be a little wider but more fulfilled and yet the absence of the 3.5 "input for the headphones is remarkable.
This removal of the headphone jack is not exactly new to Huawei terminals, I remember that the Mate 10 Pro offers headphone jack through the USB-C port.
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One thing to note about this alleged prototype Huawei P20 is its slim margins and double columns at the bottom. The source told Android Authority that the terminal will offer stereo speakers at the bottom of the terminal.
He said that this model will have both cameras, but one of the variants (Pro or Plus) will offer 3 rear sensors. Something we had already seen in rumors and leaks of previous information.
Its details are still uncertain. Huawei will change its design, this is a certain fact, but should continue with the same lines of the predecessor. It is important to remember that the P20 will come with the same processor as the Mate 10 Pro, Kirin 970, and probably all the specifications needed to match any other high end on the market.
Let's just hope that the Chinese brand does not spare in the details. Last year the Huawei P10 failed not to bring oleophobic onscreen coverage, a tremendous failure for a high end.
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