Huawei P20, one of the next flagship offerings by the Chinese company, has purportedly surfaced on the TENAA Website.Huawei P20 Design Leaked With Alleged Listing on Certification Site TENAA
The images available on the certificate site reveal a vertical double camera set up around the upcoming smartphone also reveal its metal build. Some prior rumours indicated the presence of three back cameras on the P20, although the new graphics confirm their lack whilst showing some similarities with the first leaves.
Since spotted by GSMArena, the Huawei P20 has reached TENAA using a codename EML-AL00. The pictures available with TENAA reveal the vertical dual rear camera setup on the Huawei P20 alongside highlighting a dual camera setup on the front. The rear-facing camera sensor also appears to comprise Leica optics, laser autofocus module, and dual-LED flash – all aligned vertically, one above the other. There’s also a vertically-placed Huawei logo, suggesting a landscape mode for capturing images. What’s more, the front of the smartphone shows two camera lenses, sitting on top of a notch, like the iPhone X.

Despite featuring a notch, the images on TENAA site indicates that Huawei P20 will have a fingerprint sensor. This will be accessible below the display panel, identical to one featured on the Huawei P10. Also, the smartphone appears to have a volume rocker and power button using a textured surface at the top.

Last week, some early renders of this Huawei P20 emerged online, along with the renders showing the Huawei P20 Plus and Huawei P20 Lite. The P20 is rumoured to include a 3320mAh battery, although the P20 Plus is reported to come using a 4000mAh battery powered. Furthermore, the handset has been reported to comprise HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC, which is already powering the Honor View 10 and Huawei Mate 10 versions.

It’s anticipated that instead of picking Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018, Huawei is set to start the P20, P20 Plus, along with P20 Lite at a dedicated occasion in Paris next month. The event is scheduled for March 27.