Huawei is the world's third largest phone maker and it is preparing to unveil its new flagship - the rumored Huawei P20
- soon. Today, we see leaked benchmark results of the upcoming device that reveal one key detail about it: an 18.7:9 aspect ratio display. Put simply, this is a taller screen than the regular 16:9 displays of the near past and suggests that the phone will have an edge
-to-edge, "bezel-less" screen.
We do not know the screen size just yet, but the screen resolution is listed at 1,080 x 2,244 pixels, or Full HD+.
Other companies have adopted similar tall displays: LG uses an 18:9 aspect ratio for their LG V30
, while Samsung sticks with 18.5:9, and Huawei now seems to go with an even taller 18.7:9. Keep in mind that this extra height might actually mean that the phone will have a 'notch' like the iPhone, but this is just a speculation.
For all else, there is not much in terms of new information about the P20: we see the model name EML-AL00 and Android 8.0.0 Oreo on board, something that is expected for a flagship phone in early 2018.