As expected, the manufacturer unveiled last night its P20 Lite, P20 and P20 Pro. Common: They have a nearly borderless 19: 9 screen with a notch on the top ("notch") and a USB Type-C connector.
The first one displays a 5.85-inch diagonal (2280 x 1080 pixels) and operates a 651 SoC Kirin. A 16-megapixel sensor is installed at the front and two 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors at the rear. It comes with EMUI 8.0 (home interface based on Android 8 Oreo). The smartphone is already available for 369 euros.
Then go to the P20 and P20 Pro of respectively 5.8 "and 6.1". They share several technical features: definition of 2444 x 1080 pixels, SoC Kirin 970, 128 GB of storage and 24 megapixels front sensor. The P20 includes 4 GB of RAM against 6 GB for the Pro version.
But the latter offers mainly three sensors in the back, the photo part in partnership with Leica: 40 (color), 20 (monochrome) and 8 Mpixels (telephoto). The P20 is satisfied by two sensors of 12 (color) and 20 (monochrome) Mpixels. A comparison of P20 and P20 Pro is available here.
It is in the air, the manufacturer puts forward artificial intelligence in almost all sauces: "Master AI, a set of photographic functions managed by artificial intelligence, and HUAWEI AIS, a powerful stabilization technology "But also an" AI-assisted composition, which offers intelligent suggestions for framing group or landscape photos. "
The P20 and P20 Pro will be delivered with EMUI 8.1 (based on Android 8.1) for respectively 649 euros (4 GB of memory, 128 GB of storage) and 899 euros (6/128 GB). They will be available in France from April 5th.
Finally, Huawei continues to outbid its (very) expensive Porsche Design Mate RS 6 ".It takes some of the technical features of the P20 Pro, including the SoC and the triple optical sensor at the back. fingerprint readers, including one placed under the screen.
All of its technical features are found here. Its tariff starts at 1,695 euros with 256 GB of storage and up to 2,095 euros with 512 GB. Again, the availability is scheduled for April 5.