Huawei P20 Series have their prices leaked, P20 Pro to pack triple camera

Mar 5, 2018, 5:51 pm

Aniruddha P.

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The twitter user Roland Quandt, who had been leaking specs of the Huawei P20 series smartphones in the last week, has come up with their approximate prices in Euro.

According to his latest tweet, Huawei P20 will be around 679 Euros, P20 Pro will be about 899 Euros and P20 Lite will be 369 Euros. These are of course not confirmed officially by Huawei but can be given considerable thought considering his enthusiastic tweets last week.

Another leak that we received relevant to the same lineup of smartphones is about the P20 Pro. This handset will be packing a triple camera setup on its rear panel, along with Leica branding. This has been confirmed by a few other sources as well, with images from different angles showing the same feature.

Among other features of the P20 Pro is the iPhone-ish notch, the glass back and front, and an aluminum frame. Excellent photography and iPhone-like face recognition feature are expected. The Face ID feature will make this phone the first Android device ever to feature it. The front panel is supposed to have a dual camera feature. The rear triple camera is likely to consist of RGB + wide angle + telephoto lens. Furthermore, the smartphone may bear HiSilicon Kirin 970 octa-core processor coupled with 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB internal.

Adding all these features, it seems right for P20 Pro to be the costliest of the three smartphones of the Huawei P20 lineup. Comment and tell us if you are willing to go for it. Stay with us for the next update on the latest Huawei lineup.

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