THE Huawei P20, rumoured to be the firm’s next flagship, is set to arrive during an event on March 27.
Following this, invites to the Paris event were sent to the technology media on Wednesday, promising to deliver “new flagship devices.” The handset is likely to be the successor to the P10 family of devices.
The P20 name was previously touted via Huawei trademark filings and an Android Central report. Earlier this week a Twitter tipster seemed to confirm the name.
A jump from the Huawei P10 straight to P20 (rather than P11), points to a big upgrade over the 2017 device, with a greater overhaul than in recent years.
The handset is tipped to retain the Leica camera optics, while the Kirin 970 processor used on the Mate 10 Pro is also likely to be on board. At this stage in the game, we’d expect Android Oreo to be running the show.