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A teardown of the Huawei P40 Pro by the Financial Times revealed that the phone features parts from U.S. entities. The publication found that the P40 Pro is using RF front-end modules and antennas from U.S.-based Qualcomm, Skyworks, and Qorvo.
Huawei has unveiled the P40 series, and this year there are three models to choose from: the P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Plus. The main highlight is a new 50MP RYYB sensor that may just set the bar for mobile photography, but there are innovations elsewhere. You now get a 90Hz OLED screen, 27W wireless charging, Wi-Fi 6, and dual 32MP cameras at the front.
Due to the continous outbreak of the coronavirus in several countries across the globe, Huawei has decided to cancel the physical launch event for the P40 series. The P40 series now be unveiled at an online event on March 26.