Yesterday (24), Huawei made Mate Xs official, an enhanced version of its first foldable. On the same occasion, the company also announced the new MateBook X Pro, MatePad Pro 5G and the AirEngine WiFi 6 line.
Almost at the end of the event, Richard Yu, executive responsible for the brand's mobile sector, announced the launch date of the P40 line: March 26 in Paris. Interestingly, this is not the first time that Huawei has chosen the capital of France to present a new smartphone, given that it has been so since the P20.
Renderings point out that the P40 and P40 Pro will have a "hole" in the upper left corner to house two front cameras. In addition, on the back there are five sensors, including ToF 3D. Allegedly, the main thing will be a 52MP Sony IMX700, but unfortunately there is still no information about the "firepower" or functions of others.
Some rumors suggest that the P40 Pro has a screen OLED 6.5 ". Inside, we have the processor Kirin 990, which according to Richard Yu is considerably better than the Snadpragon 865, and up to 12GB of RAM. To keep the device on, a battery of 5,000 is expected mAh with 50W fast charging. In software, the EMUI 10 based on Android 10 must be factory installed.
Taking into account the prohibitions imposed by the United States, there is a great possibility that the P40 line will reach the market without the services of Google. This means that the Google Play Store cannot be found natively, as well as other Google apps, such as Gmail, Youtube and Chrome, for example.