Last week CAD-based renderings of the Huawei P40 and the Huawei P40 Pro were put online by @OnLeaks. The pictures gave us a partial insight into the design of the upcoming flagship phones. The most notable part is the design of the rear view camera, which has the same design that Samsung will use for the upcoming Galaxy S20 series, as well as for several other phones. Now a supposed render of the P40 Pro has appeared and shows the arrangement of the rear cameras.
The picture shows the Huawei P40 Pro in light blue color. The rectangular housing holds a total of five cameras – four sensors are stacked on the left on top of each other, while the fifth sensor, the periscope camera, sits on the top right. Instead of housing the LED flash together with the sensors in the camera housing, the picture shows that Huawei has placed it underneath.
The remaining four sensors should consist of the primary camera, an ultrawide camera, a macro camera and a ToF camera. According to OnLeaks, the primary sensor is a Sony IMX686 sensor with 64 MP, while the Ultrawide angle camera is a 20 MP sensor. The periscope camera is said to be a 12MP sensor.
It is important to mention that the above camera details including the picture have not been confirmed. You should therefore take on a grain of salt.
The Huawei P40 Pro will have a 6.5-inch Quad HD + display with a 98% screen-to-body ratio. A refresh rate of 90 Hz according to @ RODENT950 is also specified.
Update rate? Umm 90Hz
– Teme (特米) (@ RODENT950) December 25, 2019
The phone was supposed to be powered by the Kirin 990 5G chipset, and it is rumored to be powered by a giant 5500 mAh battery. The phone is reported to support 50W SuperCharge wired charging, and we expect it to support wireless charging as well. When starting, EMUI 10 based on Android 10 should be run immediately.
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