By 8 March 2018 | Categories: news


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Like a handful of manufacturers, Huawei opted to forego a new flagship phone reveal at Mobile World Congress last month, instead saving its unveiling of the P20 for 27 March in Paris. While we knew that the device would be sporting three rear camera lenses, the rest of the details about the phone were fairly murky. 

That was until now, with the notorious Evan Blass once again leaking images of the devices via his Twitter account. Along with showcasing the looks of the front, side-on and back of the P20, the series of pictures also note that three different iterations of the device will be launching in Paris. 

To that end, Huawei will have a standard P20, P20 Lite and P20 Pro, all of which look a lot like the iPhone X. The images show a similar rear camera design, with Leica branding, and the edge-to-edge display up front has a screen top notch like the iPhone X. 

As such, it's clear that Huawei has continued to copy the Apple aesthetic when it comes to their P series flagships. This is not the last we'll hear about the P20 before its official reveal, with more information likely forthcoming in the next week or so.    


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