New Huawei P40 will be revealed on March 26. Huawei is currently working on introducing a revolutionary smartphone: the Huawei P40 Series. Even though the release date is quite near, on 26 March, more and more leaks regarding the design are posted on the Internet every day. Recently, images involving both front and back appearance of the gadget are one the hottest subject online.
How many new Huawei P40 smartphones should we expect?
Furthermore, the Huawei P40 series is most likely to bring a third type of phone. Whether it is called Huawei P40 Premium or Huawei P40 Pro Premium Edition is still uncertain. The recent Huawei P40 renders revealed the design of the primary models in the series.
The variety of colors
Rumors state that the brand new smartphone will be commercialized in Silver and Black editions. In addition to this, the design of the display is thought to be curvier than the previous models. For the Pro variant, the electronic device gets as well an extra camera sensor on the front.
Huawei P40 – Camera features
The back camera will be composed of a 52 MP with f/ 1.8 aperture alongside with a secondary camera of 13 MP. In the meantime, the front camera will be a 32 MP with f/ 2.0 aperture combined with a 3D camera for accurate facial recognition. Additionally, the upcoming smartphones present a 10x optical zoom, one of the most remarkable cameras you can find on the market.
Pricing of Huawei P40
Having a display of 6.57-inch and Android 10 as an operating system, the pricing of this gadget is envisaged to start at around 500 EUR for the standard version and going up to 700 EUR for the Pro version.
Huawei P40 series was scheduled to be launched in India, too. However, with the current COVID-19 pandemic, the launch date is unclear and subject to change in that region of the world.
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