Huawei’s flagship P-series is ready to be launched next year. We do not know the exact release date, but the CEO of Huawei, Richard Yu, confirmed the month of the launch in an interview. According to him, both the Huawei P40 and Huawei P40 Pro device will be released in March next year, and the global event will be held in Paris.
Huawei P40’s release date is similar to that of Huawei P30
The timeline of the launch of P40 reminds us of its predecessor, Huawei P30, which was launched around the globe on the 26th of March, 2019.
The P-series phones stole the spotlight with the help of the performance of the camera, its processor, and its design. The CEO stated that P40 would get a “never seen before” design, which will be very different from what we knew. He also talked about Huawei P40, which will be running on soon-to-make-its-appearance Huawei’s Mobile Services. These Services will get into a tight competition with the Google Play Store.
The US-China war and how it affects Huawei users
In case you didn’t know, Huawei doesn’t have Google apps and services because of the US-China trade war. All Huawei devices will only get basic Google security and services.
All we know so far about Huawei P40
There are plenty of rumors out there about the P series. We don’t know for sure if the device will get a hole-punch display, or if the camera will get four sensors. The renders left the impression of the models Samsung Galaxy A51, A71, and Vivo V17. The display of P40 will be flat, and the display of the Huawei P40 Pro will be curved. The phones will not have an audio jack, but they will get an in-display fingerprint sensor.