We are getting close to the launch of Huawei's upcoming flagship P20 smartphone on the 27th of March, and thanks to a number of leaks we're already fairly certain that the new device will come with triple cam setup, offering a total resolution of 40MP and a 5x optical/digital hybrid zoom.

Now Huawai itself has started teasing the new model with a couple of videos on its YouTube channel.

The first one, called "See Brighter" (above), teases the smartphone's low-light capabilities. It features a "pro" photographers with a DSLR and huge assortment of lighting gear next to a P20 user who is happily snapping away in the same lighting conditions without any additional equipment.

The second video (below) is titled "See Closer", hinting at the P20's zoom capabilities. It follows the same scheme as the first clip, showing a DSLR-photographer shooting with a selection of heavy prime and zoom lenses, next to a smartphone user with triple-cam-equipped Huawei P20.

If the teasers are anything to go by, the P20 could combine a "regular" RGB image sensor with a high-resolution monochrome chip for improved low-light performance and digital zooming, and another RGB sensor with a longer lens for optical zooming. And if Huawei's engineers can manage to merge image data captured by all three sensors in an efficient way, the P20 could be the mobile camera to beat in 2018.