If there is one thing to like at Huawei best seller P20 Pro that’s, well, the Triple camera configuration trend on the back. But if there is a second thing that has certainly helped this powerhouse of a phone to turn heads and stand out from the high-end Android pack, that ‘s the growing company calls “the gradient effect”.
In addition to the “classic” black and blue color options, the Huawei P20 Pro also comes in really unique Twilight and Pink Gold paint works that actually combine different hues. The first, in particular, is designed to attract attention, mixing violet and blue tones inspired some imitators.
Believe it or not, Huawei should unveil an even more dazzling variant of the P20 Pro at IFA Berlin later this month, with a richer rainbow of colors combining black, turquoise, purple and blue. If you are a follower of the “gradient” approach, but you may not want to stand out, you will probably be interested in another Huawei P20 Pro model, described as “more subtle and discreet” by people who have had a glimpse of what’s going on.
Inspired by various elements of the sea, including shells and pearls, this more subtle version is “predominantly white with subtle hints of yellow and pink”. It also sounds appealing, although technically we will not be looking at a new phone August 31 at the IFA European trade fair. Just these two new additions to the already impressive color palette of the P20 Pro and a powerful new Kirin 980 processor based on 7 nm. What we are curious to see, is if Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro will use the gradient schemes of P20 and P20 Pro. If yes, which ones?