Huawei's P40 may launch with five cameras and a120Hz display Introducing another camera leader from Huawei
We all are aware of the American ban on Huawei products. In spite of the doubtful future of Huawei, we're expecting the upcoming P40 smartphone would offer some excellent features. We have witnessed that Huawei P30 and P30 Pro from 2019 have become some of the consumer’s favorite phones, and the latter has beaten our best camera phones list for a long time. The consumers have taken them for rigorous camera tests and defined how they got them excited to take snaps with their phones, so the users have become definitely fans.
Nevertheless, smartphones are a competitive industry, and with the near-continuous flow of new phone introductions taking with newer upgrades, the Huawei P40 and Huawei P40 Pro will need to launch with noteworthy upgrades to be important.
The reports from various sources claimed that Huawei is set to endure its string of solidly-built hardware issues with the rumored Huawei P40. While there's nothing authorized yet, a leaker Yash Raj Chaudhary provides details and gives us an idea of what to anticipate from the new handset.
According to the leaker, the Huawei P40 will launch with a 6.5 inch 2K OLED Waterfall display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It'll be approximately all-screen, having an estimated 98% screen-to-body ratio. On the rear, there will be a Leica-branded Penta camera arrangement with a 64MP Sony IMX686 with OIS, a 20MP ultra-wide camera, and a 12MP telephoto lens with a macro camera + ToF sensor to cover it up. All these features are very impressive, but that's not all the case. Huawei will also allegedly be throwing in a 5,500mAh battery to sugarcoat the deal.
While it is just a rumor so we cannot trust it completely but Huawei has always had inspiring hardware, often detained back by its software. With the latest lack of Google apps and services, the company's software faults will be even more conspicuous. Even the outstanding Huawei Mate 30 couldn't contest outside of China without the Google Play Store.
Huawei still has no access to Google apps and services which is disappointing for the company. If the current situation changes, there is a chance that the P40 and P40 Pro may well become candidates on the global stage rather than local champions.