Huawei trademarked the ”P20” moniker, but it might not be used on next year’s flagships

- Adrian Ungureanu

In a very intriguing move Huawei has trademarked the “P20” moniker and rumors says it could be used on a new smartphone that will be lunched this year and will not be used on the 2018 flagships.

It is supposed to be an intermediate model, an upgraded version of the Huawei P10 Plus, which was launched back in February. It might have the sole purpose to battle with LG’s V30 and Google’s Pixel 2 series.

If it would be an upgraded version of P10 Plus it should sport a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, at least the Kirin 960 chipset even though it might as well be something newer. Some sources say it could be Kirin 970, but it’s supposed to arrive in Q1 2018. We should get at least 6GB of RAM, if not 8GB of RAM, 32/64 GB internal storage and Android 8.0.

But all of these are only speculations, so there’s no solid information about Huawei’s plans. We still need to find more about the “P20” moniker and its purpose, cause the flagship that Huawei is supposed to be launched by the end of the year might be the rumored Huawei Mate 10. But, then again, it’s just speculations.