Less than a day after the Huawei announced the official launch date for its Mate 20 smartphone, new image renders of the phone have leaked online. This time, the renders show a clear view of both the front and the back of the phone.
The image renders was first posted on the China-based blog site, Weibo, but has since been removed. These renders show a display with a notch that is both bigger than the purported rain drop notch, or the alleged all-screen display that Huawei’s teaser image was hinting at. Moreover, it also details a curved edge display, on top of being bezel-less.
The takeaway from these images, however, is the phone’s hotly debated triple-camera main array. According to these renders, the Mate 20’s main camera setup see the three sensors clustered together on the top of half of the phone, and in the middle. As you can see, the Leica branding is prominently emblazoned on the left side of phone, and the camera flash can be made out at the top-left corner of the square.
If these render images weren’t enough, another set of images taken during IFA 2018 shows what appears to be a thinly disguised Mate 20 being carried by a Huawei representative throughout the entirety of the expo.
But as convincing as these render images are, it is important to remember that these are still just concepts of the Mate 20, and are therefore still unofficial. At this stage, we’re just going to have to wait until 16 October to see the real thing.
(Source: Phone Arena)