The three upcoming smartphone flagships of the Huawei P40 series, their cameras and a total of six color variants have shown some fresh images. The device is also suspected to come without Google apps, the launch of the new Android 10 models is expected as early as next week.
As the Chinese manufacturer manages to keep technical information under the hood before the launch of the Huawei P40 series this year, the first pictures of the new high-end smartphones are gradually seeping through. The well-known leaker Evan Blass released new material a few hours ago, which shows three models in various color variations from classic black to gold and blue to the striking breathing crystal. If the company keeps the same naming scheme, you can see the Huawei P40, P40 Pro and a possible Premium Edition here.
Huawei P40 Pro With 5 cameras 52MP and 10x zoom are under discussion
For some time now, there have been speculations around the possible camera solutions of the Huawei P40 smartphones. If we trust the pictures, you will come across five cameras on the back, which could be equipped with a larger 52-megapixel main sensor. In addition, an ultra-wide-angle camera with up to 40 megapixels is under discussion, as well as up to 10x periscope zoom, telephoto cameras, and 3D ToF sensors. The maximum in the form of a Penta-camera is likely to be reserved for the possible Huawei P40 Pro P, which is competing with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. However, Galaxy S20 Ultra is said to be featuring 100X zoom, if that is true then Huawei P40 may not be competing in this department as the device only has 10X zoom according to the reports so far.
Huawei P40 series is also expected to come with 3 front cameras as reported earlier; the presence of three cameras is also expected to come in the premium version.
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The Huawei P40 series is to be delivered ex-works with the current Android 10 and the in-house EMUI 10. Due to the trade dispute between the United States and China, however, it will still be necessary to forego important Google apps such as the Play Store. As an alternative, the manufacturer offers Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) including AppGallery, which, however, is not nearly as full as the well-known Android ecosystem. After the Paris event is canceled due to the coronavirus, the presentation of the smartphones via live stream is expected on March 26, 2020.