What you need to know
- Huawei today released the first official video teaser for its upcoming P40 series flagship phones.
- The teaser claims the upcoming phones will offer "visionary" photography.
- It also shows off the P40 Pro's curved display.
Huawei today released the first official video teaser for its upcoming P40 and P40 Pro flagship phones. The short clip gives us a brief look at what appears to be the P40 Pro, confirming some of the previously rumored information.
As suggested by leaked renders of the P40 Pro, the smartphone will come with a curved display, just like its predecessor. On the back of the phone we can see a massive camera bump, rumored to house a total of four camera sensors. While the video doesn't actually show the rear camera setup, the video teaser does promise "visionary" photography.
Huawei's upcoming P40 and P40 Pro phones are expected to be 5G-enabled and will be powered by a Kirin 990 5G chipset. In the camera department, the P40 Pro is rumored to feature a 52MP primary sensor with an RYYB filter, a 40MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a periscope lens with 10x optical zoom, and a ToF sensor. The flagship phone is also expected to sport a 120Hz AMOLED display with dual hole-punch selfie cameras.
In addition to the official teaser video, an image showing the P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Premium phones was shared online earlier today by the ever-reliable Evan Blass. The image reveals the standard P40 will have a triple-camera array at the rear, while the P40 Pro will have a quad-camera setup. Huawei P40 Pro Premium, which will have a ceramic back, is going to come equipped with an even more impressive penta-lens setup at the back.
"Massive camera bump". You people just love your hyperbole, don't you? Learn better writing skills.
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