Even though the launch of Huawei’s upcoming P-series entries is at least 3 months away, we have had our first glimpse at the design thanks to the constant leaks and renders popping up online. The first renders of the smartphone were leaked last week, but they neither revealed the details of the smartphone’s camera sensors nor the display.
However, the recently leaked images give us more insight into Huawei P40 Pro’s form factor. The main take away is that the smartphone will come with a Penta-sensor camera, according to the leak. The main camera sensor will most probably be a 64MP Sony IMX686 paired with a 20MP ultrawide, a 12MP periscope telephoto lens, a macro camera, and a 3D ToF unit.
As far as the display of the smartphone is concerned, recently, an image of a leaked panel surfaced on the internet. It shows that the Huawei P40 Pro will be built around a screen measuring 6.5″ to 6.7″ and will boast a notch-less display with extremely thin bezels. However, the leaked image in no way confirms whether the smartphone will come with a punch hole or a pop-up selfie mechanism.
Just like Huawei Mate 30, the P40 duo will not be backed by Google Mobile Services (GMS). Even though Huawei is working on replacing most of the applications, it will be a long time before Huawei is able to lure in more consumers to go for HMS globally.