Huawei’s next flagship smartphone, the Huawei P20, is likely to launch on March 27 according to an invitation that TechRadar has received.
Huawei’s press invitation doesn’t leave a hint that the P20 will be in attendance, but following a brief back-and-forth over what the Chinese company’s upcoming device will be called, the details confirming such a device seem to be falling into place.
While not the premier flagship in Huawei’s arsenal of phones, the most recent entry, the Huawei P10, was a solid, cohesive effort that featured high-end specs, as well as the company’s signature Leica-engineered optics, packed into a build that’s smaller than what we’ve seen recently in the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
Could we see three P20 models?
The latest rumors appear to confirm the Huawei P20, including two variations on the model: the Huawei P20 Plus and Huawei P20 Lite. Our invite makes a mention of “newly launched devices”, which could play into us seeing multiple models.
This launch is oddly timed, slated a few weeks after MWC 2018 where the Samsung Galaxy S9 will debut. While likely a bid to have a bit of the spotlight to itself, we’ll have to wait another two months to see what Huawei has up its sleeves.