Huawei is launching the P20 series on March 27 while the phone's specs and images leak little by little. The newest bit of information reveals the price and the memory configurations of the Huawei P20 and the Huawei P20 Pro for Western European markets. The vanilla version will cost 679, while its bigger Pro sibling will be 899.
Huawei will push only one version of Huawei P20 in the Eurozone with 4 GB + 128 GB memory combo. The P20 Pro is said to arrive with the same storage, while the RAM will be 6 GB. Roland Quandt says other regions will get other variants, but Europe will most likely have only these available for official purchase.
Along with the info, we got an image comparing the size of both devices. The P20 will have a 5.8 screen, while the P20 Pro will have a 6.1 panel and not 6.01, as previously rumored. On the photo, we can also see the notch on top, the fingerprint scanner on the bottom and the volume rocker plus power button on the right side.
As a Chinese I see some domestic news said P20 has a function to hide the notch...... Not sure, still waiting for the conference in China.
Those prices are insane. And to think they're just gonna get replaced a year later or get wrecked by the new chipsets on the upcoming mate 11 line up.
notch + chin