At a stylish event in Paris, Huawei today announced the P20 and flagship P20 Pro with the world’s first 40MP triple camera in a smartphone. The two devices are expected to be released in Malaysia in the first week of April. Though local prices have not been announced, if previous trends are anything to go by, we expect the P20 to be around RM2,500 and the P20 Pro around RM3,500.
While launched at the same time and the two devices essentially carry the same name, the P20 and P20 Pro are very different phones. Here’s a rundown of the similarities and differences between the P20 and P20 Pro.
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After weeks of anticipation, the Huawei P20 flagship series will be unveiled tonight at 9:00PM. If you want to watch the event live, here are a couple of live stream channels for you to tune in.
The Huawei P20 leaks just keep on coming. According to German site, WinFuture, the top of the line Huawei P20 Pro will come with the largest pixel count camera on a modern smartphone which could rival the Nokia Lumia 1020.
With every new flagship smartphone launch, mobile photography is always a key focus. This is the main reason why Huawei had partnered with Leica two years ago to deliver a great camera experience on their premium devices.
For the upcoming P20 series, Huawei will be unveiling a new triple camera setup on its top of the line P20 Pro. Before it is announced two weeks from now, the Chinese smartphone maker has released two videos to tease what it has to offer.
In just two weeks, Huawei will unveil the P20 series, its first flagship smartphones for 2018. Since Malaysia is a key market for Huawei, local pre-orders could start very soon and the P20 series will compete directly with Samsung’s latest Galaxy S9 and S9+. Ahead of its big event in Paris, German tech site, WinFuture, has dropped even more clues on the upcoming dual and triple camera flagships.
Slow-motion capture is great for turning a short epic moment into a dramatic video footage. On most smartphones, it is usually 240 fps but recently we’ve seen Sony and Samsung doing 4X longer at 960fps. Since the Huawei P20 launch is just around the corner, the Chinese smartphone maker wants you to know that their latest flagship is capable of taking things slow in their latest teaser video.
UPDATE: The front of the Huawei P20/P20 Plus has surfaced online and it gives us a clear look at the notch display and fingerprint sensor placement.
After the Galaxy S9/S9+, the next biggest smartphone launch to look forward to is Huawei’s upcoming P20 series. We’ve seen a couple of renders and prototype hands-on, but this could be the most legit look yet at the P20.