The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is reportedly working on their flagship smartphone in P-series. The internet talks have ended up in thinking that the next flagship smartphone from the #3 brand will be Huawei P20, instead of having a name in successive order – “P11”. But now, the things seem illegitimate, by the words of Smartphone leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks in twitter).
According to his latest tweet, the next flagship smartphone from the Huawei will be called Huawei P11, and there will not be any change 9in the chronological order of smartphone model enumeration by brand. The company has also been rumoured to pack the smartphone with an adorable set of triple camera sensors on the rear, which could probably support a maximum resolution of 40MP. Recently, many renders have revealed the smartphone designs and display details. One of the benchmarks recently shown had the display resolution and the aspect ratios expected in the smartphone. The display will be of QHD+ resolution and will have an aspect ratio of 18.7:9, which is entirely different from the trending taller 18:9 screens and Samsung’s 18.5:9 display panels.
I think it’ll end up being called the Huawei P11, and not the P20 or whatever.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 12, 2018
Several leaks suggest that the Huawei P11 (or whatever the name it carries) will be featured with a display of 6.0 inch or near sized one, powered by Huawei’s in-house HiSIlicon Kirin 970 Chipset under the hood. The smartphone is expected to hold at last 6GB of RAM, along with 64GB/128GB of internal storage. The rear major camera department will be nourished with a Tri-camera technology having 40 Megapixel resolution and 5x Hybrid zoom capability. The leaked schematics also revealed a supposed top-notch on display like iPhone X (iPhone Ten). The device too will feature the unique Hardware powered Artificial Intelligence capacity, like Huawei Mate 10 and Honor View 10.
As usual, we can also witness several other variants of the smartphone with prefixes ‘Lite’, ‘Plus’, etc.
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Source @evleaks (Twitter)