We’re still a few months before the launch of Huawei P40 series but we already know a lot about the Huawei’s newest flagship devices.
Since December last year, various leaks and rumors about the specs and design of both the Huawei P40 Pro and Huawei P40 have already surfaced online.
The new renders of the Huawei P40 show a clearer glimpse of what the phone will look like. It will come with Leica-powered triple-cameras at the back. The three cameras are vertically stacked together in a rectangular-shaped camera bump.
Moreover, the Huawei P40 will have a 6.1-inch or 6.2-inch flat-screen display. At the topmost left corner of the phone is a capsule-like cutout that will house the two selfie shooters.
Unfortunately, it seems that the device will no longer have a 3.5mm headphone jack unlike in the Huawei P30. Instead, it will only have a single USB-C port at the bottom.
Meanwhile, a different render shows that both the pro and non-pro models will have five color variants. These include Black, Blush Gold, Silver, Blue, and White.
When it comes to the other features of the Huawei P40, no specific details are available yet. However, rumors say that the handset will come with a Kirin 990 chipset and Android 10 but without Google Services. In this case, Huawei will use its mobile services to replace the unavailable Google applications.
In addition, the rear cameras will be the main shooter, an ultra-wide lens, and a TOF (Time of flight) sensor or telephoto lens with 3x zoom. For the selfie camera, the two sensors will be for the main and ultra-wide cameras.
The Huawei P40 Series are confirmed to be released on March 2020. Stay tuned for more updates.