Huawei P20 is basically just 20 days away from its big debut, as usual prefaced by a ton of leaks. We already learned plenty about the series’ specs and optical features, now it’s time to learn some prices. Lo and behold, leakster Roland Quandt is on the case, having just leaked said prices. Let’s check them out!

Huawei P20 Lite starts off at $455, which is almost $100 more than the Huawei P10 Lite, but you’re also getting a dual camera instead of a single one at the back. Next up is the Huawei P20, priced at $838, basically on par with the $840 you start at in USA for the Galaxy S9+ (sold by Samsung directly). Then we have the pricey Huawei P20 Pro, at $1100, which is even higher than the already pricey Huawei Mate 10 Pro.

The Pro model is expected to bring a few extras, like a Kirin 975 CPU in lieu of the P20’s Kirin 970, maybe more RAM and extra screen estate, plus resolution. It’s very likely that at least two of the three P20 phones will have a notch at the top front side. They should all run Android 8.0 Oreo and the P20 and P20 Pro will bring a triple back camera, with a monochrome, color and wide angle sensor.

Everything will become clear in Paris on March 27th, when Huawei will also explain the new AI features of the devices.