The Huawei P40 appears to have a total of five cameras, while the P40 Pro has a total of six cameras. It is rumored that it could arrive with two telephoto cameras. It looks like the HuaweiP40 Pro designers did a pretty good job in that area as the phone seems to have even less bezel compared to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
A Paris launch event was scrapped due to coronavirus travel restrictions and concerns, so Huawei PR has confirmed that the launch will happen online instead on 26 March at 1pm United Kingdom time.
Despite all the controversy surrounding Huawei and the lack of GMS support on any of their newer phones, there's no denying that Huawei has been at the pinnacle of smartphone photography with all the insane innovations. As per a report by Huawei Central, the Huaweip40 Premium Edition will come with a penta-camera setup at the back panel. So there will be a slightly curved design on the sides of the device. The Pro model is also shown to have much thinner bezels, which are nearly touched up in the leaked renders. This module includes the main lens and the ultra wide-angle lens. The phone is anticipated to come with a higher refresh rate, meaning it could offer 90Hz or 120Hz for a much smoother experience. Some of the information was known, including the OS and RAM used.
In terms of actual display quality, the P40 Pro could be Huawei's best yet.
"Different anticipated specs of the P40 Premium encompass a 6.7" 1440 x3160 OLED touchscreen with 120 Hz revitalize value, the Kirin 990 5G chipset, 12 GB of RAM, and 512 GB of cupboard space (increasing by way of Huawei's NM card criterion).
Of course, the phone is all but confirmed to have 5G support, too.
Both the P40 and P40 Pro smartphones will ship with Huawei's own suite of apps and an app store that does not use GMS. It's going to definitely run Android 10 sans Google options, with EMUI 10.1 on the highest.
Express.co.uk will bring you all the announcements from Huawei's hardware live stream on Thursday.
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