The new Huawei P11 or P20 flagship devices will be officially revealed on 27 March, as it’s been revealed by a recent invitation sent out to the press by Huawei.
This means that the device(s) will not be announced at MWC at the end of February, instead Huawei will hold their own event in Paris.
We do not know much about the new devices, but what we know for sure is that there will be 3 variants.
Huawei P20, P20 Plus and P20 Lite. Keep in mind that the names aren’t yet confirmed, so we can only guess if they will actually be called P20 or P11 series. Huawei has supposedly trademarked both.
At least one of the flagship devices will come with not two, but three rear cameras. (We would assume that it’s the Plus model). The new flagships will have an 18:9 likely FHD display, the latest Kirin 970 chipset and likely 4/6GB of RAM options. Storage wise, we should expect the base model to be at 64GB with options to choose from 64 and 128GB (market dependant). AI will definitely be a major ‘feature’ built-in to the new Huawei devices that will likely enhance the performance further.