Huawei P40 series smartphones will launch on March 26. This launch event of Huawei’s P 40 series will be held online. All these information is given by Huawei. Weeks after the announcement of the official launch date, the Chinese tech company decided to organise the event online in view of the growing threat of corona virus. Let us tell you that many mega tech shows have been cancelled due to the threat of this virus. There have been many rumors about the Huawei P 40 series. However, Huawei has not confirmed any confirmation about the specification of the phone so far.
In a tweet posted by Huawei on Tuesday, it was also promised to be ‘ visionary photography ‘ in the agami Huawei P40 series.
— Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) March 10, 2020
In a report last week, we got to see the alleged prototype of the Huawei P40. Let’s say that Huawei P 40 is the initial model of this series. This phone was equipped with triple rear camera setup. At the bottom of the previous part was a periscope lens. It is also part of Huawei P40 Pro. In the old reports, it was claimed that the Huawei P 40 Pro would come with five rear cameras. Two selfie cameras are expected to be given in both the phones.
In these phones we are expecting to be given bigger battery than Huawei Mate 30 Pro. If the rumors prove correct, the Huawei P 40 series will have a battery of at least 4,500 mah.
We are expecting the phone to have a 6.57-inch Full HD+ or 2K AMOLED display. Which will also have DCI-P3 and HDR support. Huawei P 40 will have Huawei hysilicon kirin flagship processor.
Recently, Huawei P40 Lite and Huawei P40 Lite E handsets of Huawei P40 series were launched. Where, the price of 4GB and 64 GB variants of Huawei P 40 Lite E is PLN 699 (approximately Rs 13,300) in Poland. The price of 6 GB + 128 GB variants of Huawei P 40 Lite is EUR 299 (approximately Rs 23,378).
Gracia is a senior writer at Get Ignite, where she covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, she worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Hollister Free Lance. She attended Stanford University and now lives in Brooklyn.