Huawei is all set to launch its next-generation flagship telephone series — Huawei P40 lineup on 26th March through an online launch occasion. With just several days left for the formal unveiling, the company has started teasing the next phone.
The Chinese giant has today shared a new teaser video for the up coming Huawei P40 series phones. In the video, the manufacturer clearly showcases the curved body design of the next flagship.
The teaser moreover confirms curved surface corners for the P40 series. It Furthermore shows that the digital camera sensors are placed on a rectangular bumped module on the back of the smartphone. Although the phones in the series will have glass body, the P40 Pro Top quality variant is said to arrive with a ceramic body.
Together with this, Evan Blass has Furthermore broadcasted renders of the next Huawei flagship devices, such as Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro High quality variant. Even though the devices don’t differ Plenty in terms of design, the only key change appears to be to be for camera configuration.
The Huawei P40 is said to come with a triple-camera setup on the back, what incorporates a 52 MP super-sensitive major scanner, a 40 MP lens, and an 8 MP optical variable lens. On the other hand, the P40 Pro replaces 8 MP lens with a square-shared periscope lens and adds a ToF lens to deliver it a quad-camera option.
Huawei P40 Series Render Leak
However, the highlight in the lineup looks to be the P40 Pro Premium version which will arrive with a penta-camera setup having an a lot more monochrome scanner. All the gadgets will come fueled by the company’s own Kirin 990 5G chipset.
Like per the news, the P40 Pro High quality will come with a 6.7-inch 120Hz screen with 2K display resolution and will come packed with a 5,500mAh battery with support for 50W quick charge tech and 27W wireless charging.
To know more about the phones, which include confirmed specs, attributes, pricing and availability of the P40 lineup, we’ll have to wait for a handful of more days, until 26th March, after the manufacturer formally launches these devices.