- The Chinese company will launch the Huawei P40 by March 26
- Huawei informed that the launch event had to be postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak
- The company claims that the P40 will feature Penta camera setup
The Chinese smartphone company Huawei is set to launch the Huawei P40 series next week. The company claims that the P40 series is a camera-centric flagship. The smartphone will be unveiled via an online-only event on March 26.
Initially, the company had planned to unveil the device via an event in Paris, but that had to be cancelled due to the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus. The company decided to launch the device via an online event and Huawei began teasing the upcoming series of smartphone.
— Huawei India (@HuaweiIndia) March 16, 2020
Huawei P40 Features
The teaser video shows the curved design of the smartphone. The device might feature a glass back while the P40 Pro Premium Edition might feature a ceramic back. The smartphone series is said to be available in three models including Huawei P40 with a triple rear camera setup without a periscope zoom, Huawei P40 Pro with a quad rear camera setup with a periscope lens, and the premium edition will feature a Penta rear camera setup.
The company claims that Huawei P40 and P40 Pro will feature in silver, grey, orange (or gold), black, blue and aurora colors. However, the P40 Pro Premium Edition is likely to come in either black or white ceramic edition. The series is expected to feature 120Hz OLED display, Kirin 990 5G chipset, an updated RYYB main camera on the back and probably a dual punch-hole for selfie camera.