Huawei has confirmed not to unveil Huawei P20 at the MWC 2018. Instead, the first triple rear camera phone will glitter at Huawei’s own press meet scheduled to be held in Paris on March 27th.

The press invitations have been sent already containing a bit of a clue about the upcoming P-series flagship device.

Huawei P20 Launch Event – Media Invite

Although Huawei will be attending the MWC event in Barcelona later this month but not sharing anything new with its customers. However, the big news will emerge from Paris when the P20 will be officially unveiled a month later than the MWC 2018.

According to details, the press conference will be held on March 27th at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.


Interestingly, the media invite does not specify the purpose of press conference but asks us to “see mooore with AI”. You can see the famous Eiffel tower super-imposed with three large “O” symbols.

These mysterious “Os” clearly indicate something special and that is undoubtedly the first ever Triple Lens rear shooter equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) – the main highlight of the Huawei P20.

The Huawei P20 is rumoured to get surface in three different variants; the regular P20, a bigger P20 Plus and a lighter P20 Lite with two-camera setup at the rear.

Though, there are some reports suggesting P20 Pro featuring a display notch similar to that of the iPhone X with the 18:9 aspect ratio. Whereas, all the upcoming models are expected to arrive with a full-screen design similar to what Huawei did on the Mate 10 Pro.

Keep a track of the new flagship device of the year with us.