The new Huawei P40 phones will come with its new HMS ecosystem which is an alternative to Google Mobile Servies which means they'll be no support for Google apps and services on the phone. We recently saw some leaks that showed us a P40 device with an inverted notch, and we also heard that the Huawei P40 Premium would come with not one, but two periscope camera sensors.
If you are interested in watching the launch event, you can catch all the announcements by tuning into the live stream which should be available on Huawei's official website.More news: Coronavirus impact: Centre to provide Rs 170000 crore relief package
It is expected to come in a sole 128GB storage option and offer support for NanoMemory-2 card support for storage expansion. More internals include 8GB RAM and 128/256GB storage, expandable with Huawei's NanoMemory, a 4,200mAh battery, and a graphene cooling system for the Kirin 990 chip.
But Quandt didn't just tweet the name, he also tweeted some specs, including a 120Hz refresh rate on the screen (while the Huawei P40 Pro is rumored just to be 90Hz), along with 12GB of RAM (up from a rumored 8GB on the Pro), and dual telephoto cameras offering up to 10x optical zoom. Both the P40 and P40 Pro is expected to come with Kirin 990 5G SoC which will enable support for 5G. The phone will also have a 32 MP camera on the front along with a 50 MP primary sensor called UltraVision camera on the back.More news: Defer Cruise Travel; Inside the Princess Outbreak — CDC
The battery measures 3,800mAh and can be charged at a maximum of 22.5W - there's no wireless option here. There will be a Leica Ultra Vision triple camera set-up with a 50-megapixel primary camera sat next to a 16-megapixel lens and an 8-megapixel lens. While it has the same big cutout on the front with a 32MP f/2.0 camera and a depth sensor, it loses the biometric authentication. The Chinese company has reportedly filed a patent application that suggest an intuitive circular touch display around the quad rear camera setup.More news: PFA calls for 'urgent meeting' with Premier League and EFL