From PC Mag: Renders from Evan Blass on Twitter have provided us with the best idea yet of what Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei's next flagship device will be.
The P40 Pro, the sequel to the P30 Pro, has a striking camera bump with five cameras. According to a report by 91mobiles, the five-camera setup will include a 64MP Sony IMX686 primary sensor, OIS, a 20MP ultra-angle-wide lens, a 12MP periscope telephoto lens, macro lens, and a Time of Flight sensor.
The front of the phone looks akin to Samsung's Galaxy S10, with a notch on the left hand side for two selfie cameras. Blass also tweeted that the phone will have a ceramic back rather than a glass one, another similarity to the Galaxy S10+.
On the right of the device is a power button and physical volume buttons, shirking the controversial virtual buttons that were on the side of the Mate 30 Pro, while on the bottom edge there's a USB-C port for charging.
The P40 Pro is not the only new phone Huawei is bringing out. As well as expected cheaper P40 and P40 Lite models, reports from a Chinese news site Yesky suggest that a smaller version of its Mate X smartphone will be on sale in China from March. The Mate Xs is rumored to be cheaper than its predecessor, but has the same size screen, which implies that Huawei will be shaving off the bezels to make the folding screen as prominent as possible.
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