Netflix has expanded the list of phones that support their HDR streaming today, bringing the total number of phones supported it up to ten. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro and the P20 have been added today along with the Sony Xperia XZ2. All three of these phones have HDR compatible displays.
Given that more manufactures are enabling HDR displays on their devices, the list supported devices will likely grow over the course of this year.
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After weeks of rumors and leaks, the Huawei P20 and P20 Plus have finally been officially announced by the Chinese manufacture. The two new phones follow up on last year’s P10 lineup and they both bring some serious specs to the table.
Both devices are powered by the Huawei Kirin 970 SoC, the same one used in the larger Mate 10 Pro. The P20 comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage while the P20 Plus will sport 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. Neither device supports memory expansion, just like the Mate 10 Pro.
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While we are still a couple of weeks away from the official announcement of the Huawei P20, the follow up to last year’s awesome P10, we pretty much know everything there is to know about it. Now, thanks to the folks at XDA, we also have all of the wallpapers that are going to be coming on the new phone.
In all, there are 12 wallpapers that will ship with the P20. All are 1080 x 2160 in size which is an 18:9 ratio. That doesn’t mean however you can’t use them on any phone with a bit of pinch-and-pull resizing on your screen. I’ve added all of the wallpapers to this post in thumbnails as well as to the Wallpaper page here on the site. To save those who aren’t interested, I’ve put them after the break so they don’t have to download them.
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Huawei has begun sending out press invites to an event being held on March 27 in Paris. The event is likely the launch event for the follow up to last year’s P10, the Huawei P20. The invite does not specifically call out the P20 but only references “new flagship devices”. Given that the Mate 10 Pro has already been announced, the P20 is the logical answer to what will be shown at the event.
Not much is known about the Huawei P20. Rumors suggest it will have a triple rear camera configuration and will likely be powered by the new Kirin 970, the Huawei built SoC that powers the Mate 10 Pro. There will also likely be three devices in the lineup: The P20, P20 Light and P20 Plus.
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