Well, maybe not. Chinese regulation agency TENAA just published the photos of what is supposed to be the Huawei P20 and boy, does it look different than what we saw just yesterday! There is also a home button.
Yes, a Plus or Pro version of the Huawei P20 will have three lenses on the back, according to some reports, and we have no idea why that is.
Meanwhile, the prototype also suggests that the Huawei P20 is going to have minimized bezels along the top, bottom, and sides of its display. The Leica branding and Huawei name are placed vertically, which suggests that the phone will be good for landscape mode.
But the front Huawei P20 looks very interesting due to the incredibly thin frame of the screen - Apple with its iPhone X with a giant cutout can only envy.
The left side of the phone is barren, and its right side features a volume rocker and power key.
For the past several weeks rumours have pointed to Huawei naming its next smartphone the P20 instead of the P11. We have seen various leaks for the P20 with some suggestions of a variant with three rear cameras in the works. The South Korean company has unveiled over half of the Samsung Galaxy S line of smartphones at the electronics conference.
Preparing to enter the flagship mobile race this year is Huawei's P20 and P20 Plus, which are already making waves globally. Huawei clearly has some sort of AI-related announcement in store for us, as well.
The company might instead unveil three tablets and a Bluetooth speaker, which is said to be compatible with the three tablets. Huawei were criticised for their under-use of the AI chip in the Mate 10 and this could be one way they may be able to implement it into their devices more: that is their final goal- to allow the phone to do what you want it to do before you have to do it yourself.