Huawei P20 spotted on TENAA with dual cameras
Ahead of the official release of the Huawei P20 smartphone which will not arrive at the Mobile World Congress 2018 holding in Barcelona, but till March 27, the tech company seems to have let some information slip as images of the device has been spotted on certification website, TENAA.
Recall that teh Huawei P20 has been suggested to be coming in three variants of the Standard P20, P20 Lite and the P20 Pro.
The device which is slated for release on March 27 coming after the tech company revealed it will sit this year’s MWC event out to allow the likes of Samsung and Sony take their shine, the smartphone with the model number EML-TL00 has appeared with details to expect from it.
According to the listing, the P20 will come with a vertically aligned dual camera setup on the back panel while the front panel will also house a dual camera setup for selfies.
The latest leak comes in contrary to earlier reports which suggested that the device may come into the market sporting a tri-lens camera which will be vertically aligned on the back panel.
However, the vertical alignment of the camera sensors has been revealed to be for the laser autofocus and the dual-LED flash which has been fitted to the device.
The front panel however shows off two camera sensors with both lenses sitting close to each other and centred on the front top bezel.
The fingerprint scanner will be loaded under the screen just as featured on the Huawei P10 while the volume rocker and the power button will also be kept fitted to their place as in its predecessor.