Huawei P20 Pro has passed the FCC dimensions, and the image leaks with measurements have come up under the model name Huawei ANE LX1. It goes 157mm diagonally and 4.67mm horizontally. As for features known so far, the most outstanding one would be the aspect ratio, and that’s no trendy 18:9, but an extra long 19:9 display. It makes way for supporting 1080 x 2280 pixels. The HTML5 test for P20 Pro revealed that it would support 360 x 370 pixels, which is likely to be not real! The test further revealed the model number ANE-LX1 and confirmed that the smartphone will run the Android 8.0 Oreo. Huawei hasn’t officially confirmed the name of the device this far, and it might end up calling P20 Pro. The brand has been ordering display panels from Synaptics recently for extra long Full HD+ display, suiting the 19:9 aspect ratio. There’s no detail on other specs or release timeline either, other than that it is to be one of the flagship phones of Huawei’s P20 series. We are keeping the tab to cover the next development as it comes out. Follow this space to know more about Huawei P20 Pro.