Renders for the Huawei P20, P20 Lite and P20 Pro have all leaked online, seemingly confirming their designs and some of their features. All three variants of the P20 will feature an iPhone X-style notch, while the P20 Pro will arrive with triple cameras on its back.

The renders for upcoming variants of the Huawei P20 were leaked by Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter. Although all three of the variants share a lot in common in terms of design, the upcoming Huawei phones have some distinct differences.

The Huawei P20 and the P20 Pro both have a very thin bottom bezel to accommodate a front-mounted fingerprint sensor. The P20 Lite still has bottom bezel, but the device has its fingerprint scanner mounted on its back. Another difference here is the shape of the scanner. The P20 and P20 Pro both have pill-shaped scanners, while the P20 Lite has a circular scanner on its back.

Both the P20 and the P20 Lite have vertically-aligned dual cameras on the left side of their backs. This is pretty reminiscent of the dual cameras on the iPhone X. Meanwhile, the P20 Pro has three cameras on its back. The triple cameras have a pretty odd setup: two lenses are housed in a single module, while the third lens is located just beneath the dual-camera module.

Aside from those slight differences, the three phones appear to share most of the same design elements. All three Huawei P20 variants appear to have glass backs, metal frames and a notch on top their displays. A lot of other Chinese Android phone manufacturers have already adopted the notch design popularized by Apple and the Essential Phone, and it looks like Huawei wants to join the same club with its brand new P20 series.

The specs for the P20 Lite has already been revealed by TENAA, the Chinese counterpart of the U.S. FCC. The P20 Lite is listed as having an 5.84-inch 2,280 x 1,080 19:9 aspect ratio display. The device is also listed as having a 16MP+2MP dual camera setup and a 24MP front-facing shooter. The handset also comes with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a 2,9000 mAh battery, according to GSM Arena.

The P20 Lite is expected to be powered by a mid-range Kirin processor, while the regular P20 and the P20 Pro are expected to be powered by the flagship Kirin 970 chip. The cameras for all of the P20 variants are likely Leica-branded.

Huawei is expected to officially announce the new Huawei P20 series on March 27 in Paris, France.

Huawei Press renders for the Huawei P20, P20 Lite and P20 Pro have been leaked online. Photo: REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer