Leaks Show The Huawei P20's Three-Lens Camera

Pablo Tucker
March 8, 2018

Check out the latest leaked images of the Huawei P20, P20 Lite and P20 Pro by clicking on the slideshow below. Shared by Evan Blass, they give us a clear look at all three upcoming Android phones and the differences between some of their hardware features.

Apart from having its fingerprint scanner in front beneath the display, the Huawei P20 also has two holes that sit between the LEICA-branded dual cameras and the LED flash. It also has vertically arranged dual rear cameras like the P20 Lite but the configuration is now unknown. The leaked images reveal that all the smartphones will come loaded with an Apple iPhone X-like top notch along with the bezel-less display. While the images have yet to be verified in any official capacity by Huawei, it looks like users will be able to choose between a black or a blue variant. The phone will come equipped with dual cameras on the back, a glass back with a metal frame, and - of course - a notch on the front of the screen that houses the front-facing camera and a couple sensors. Unlike the other two, it has three rear cameras which are arranged vertically. For the standard P20, it gets a SUMMILUX-H f/1.6 lens which is similar to the current Huawei Mate 10 series, while the entry-level P20 Lite gets a non-LEICA f/2.2 lens.

The rear cameras of all the three phones are vertically aligned on the left corner of the devices.

Leading the charge for the P20 series is the Huawei P20 Pro (originally referred to as the P20+). The most premium of the lot, the Huawei P20 Pro, is shown with the rumored triple-lens camera setup, and front-facing fingerprint sensor.

Huawei is holding an event in Paris on March 27 to officially announce all of the above phones, but in the meantime, what do you think of these renders? The cameras once again have Leica branding, but the microphone holes present on P20 are not there.

The Huawei P20 Pro will come out with 3 main cameras aid by an AI feature.

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