Huawei P40 Update: Huawei has had a tumultuous six months since the revelation of the Huawei P30 series, but it is now showing off its next top-end flagship phone in the form of the Huawei P40.
The P40 family features three different devices: the Huawei P40, Huawei P40 Pro, and a new addition to the line up for 2020, the pro plus.
THE RELEASING DATE of Huawei P40
The Huawei P40 is all set to hit the stores in some regions on April 7th and in Australia on April 16th, at a cost of 699 Euros, with the Huawei P40 pro arriving on the same day for 899 Euros.
The Huawei P40 Plus meanwhile is not scheduled to land until June and will cost 1,399 Euros. Huawei handsets have never been widely available in the United State, and they are also a little more uncertain in the UK now they do not come with Google Mobile Services.
DESIGN and DISPLAY
The P40 range of phones do not look radically different from their predecessors, and the main difference is that the camera array is little bit bigger, with all the lenses on the back housed in one big bump.
The Huawei P40 range comes with a glass rear, except the P40 which has a ceramic rear that is said to be more scratch-resistant and apparently feels more premium in the hand.
The screen is 6.1 inches with a 2340 x 1080 resolution, while the P40 Pro and Pro Plus are both 6.58 inches with 2640 x 1200 resolutions.
THE BATTERY OF P40
As for batteries, there’s a 3,800mAh one in the phone and a 4,200mAh in the P40 Pro and Pro Plus, so they’re not huge, but combined with the optimizations the phones could still last a long time without charging.
Well, this is it, guys. Let us hope that the phone releases as soon as possible.