Huawei will officially launch the new P40 series flagship on March 26, including three versions of P40, P40 pro and P40 Proplus.
As the press conference enters its final countdown stage, attention to the series has reached unprecedented levels, especially with the unanimous DxOMark of the new winner's top-match version ushered in more and more revelations.
Now there is the latest news. Recently, a well-known digital blogger further brought the spy photos of the real engineering machine allegedly belonging to the machine.
According to the latest news released by the well-known digital blogger @ digital chat station, this model is the Huawei P40 Proplus with the highest configuration among the three flagship models of the brand-new Huawei P40 series. Although the real machine is tightly covered by a full range of leakproof protective shell, it is not difficult to judge from the position of the rear camera head module and the obvious large opening,This should correspond to the top model with up to 5 cameras that was previously revealed.
It is reported that the P40, P40 pro and P40 Proplus versions of Huawei P40 series will be equipped with three camera modules, four camera modules and five camera modules respectively, The top version of the P40Pro Plus will feature 52 million pixels RYYB 40 million pixels of super-sensitive film lens, plus a 20 million dual-prism periscope lens (which supports up to 10 times optical zoom), an 8 million conventional long-focus lens and a TOF lens to dominate the DxOMark.
In other aspects, according to the previously disclosed information, the new Huawei P40 series will contain three models, among which the P40 will adopt the straight screen design, while the P40 pro and p40pro plus will adopt the 6.7-inch OLED four surface screen design, with a resolution of 3160x1440 and a refresh rate of 120Hz.
In addition, all three will be equipped with Kirin 990 chip, external Balong 5000 baseband, and support SA and NSA dual-mode 5g.
A new series of HuaweiP40 is expected to be launched online in Paris, France, on March 26