Huawei has officially unveiled its new P20 range, following weeks of leaks and speculation about the cutting-edge Android smartphones.
There are three new devices: the P20 Lite, P20 and P20 Pro. And while each pack similar designs, their spec sheets and features vary to suit different budgets.
The top–end P20 Pro is undoubtedly the headline grabber. It features a triple camera system, with 40-megapixel, 20-megapixel and 8-megapixel lenses made by Leica. The latter is a telephoto lens developed to add depth to images, with a 5x optical zoom thrown in to give perfect close-up shots every time.
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The P20 Pro also features a huge 4000 mAh battery which is augmented by software that learns your usage habits to ensure you always have power whenever you need it.
The screen clocks in at a massive 6.1–inches, using AMOLED tech, while inside there’s 6GB of RAM and a hefty 128GB of storage space.
The regular P20 comes with a 5.84–inch screen, 64GB storage and 4GB of RAM, alongside a dual lens camera setup featuring 20 and 12 megapixel sensors. Dolby Atmos sound
Both the P20 and P20 Pro also pack a notch design that’s more than a touch reminiscent of Apple’s iPhone X, albeit a lot smaller than the one found on the California company’s flagship device.
The P20 Pro Lite rocks the same screen and storage options as the P20, its cameras clocking in at six and two megapixels.
All three phones are available to pre–order now before hitting the high street on 5th April. The P20 Pro will set you back £799 SIM–free, with the P20 coming in at £599.
The P20 Lite is an impressive £329, meaning it will go up against Apple’s iPhone SE and Samsung’s older Galaxy S devices. Each phone can also be snagged on contract via EE.