[Update: Mint Green Color] Huawei P40 Pro leaked render shows off quad cameras, curved display

[Update: Mint Green Color] Huawei P40 Pro leaked render shows off quad cameras, curved display

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Update (01/22/2020 @ 6:53 AM ET): Evleaks has shared a new color render of the Huawei P40 Pro. Scroll to the bottom for more information. The article as published on January 16, 2020, is preserved as below.

Huawei keeps straddling along. The Chinese company is now preparing to launch its upcoming flagships, the Huawei P40 lineup, very soon. We’ve been seeing several rumors and leaks about the design these past few days, and we even got a glimpse at some press renders of the Huawei P40. Now, though, it’s time for the Huawei P40 Pro, usually the more interesting one out of the pair, to come out of the shadow with leaked press renders thanks to the folks at AndroidHeadlines.

These leaked renders show us a device not that different from the Huawei P40, and its most outstanding design feature is very clearly its rear cameras. Huawei is known for producing powerful, award-winning cameras, and while we can’t attest to the P40 Pro’s quality yet, we do know that it will carry a notable camera bump with quad rear cameras. The bottom camera has a square-ish look which could potentially indicate a periscope zoom lens. The device has been rumored to carry support for 10x optical zoom, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see.

As well as two standard-looking lenses, there is also what appears to be either a macro lens or a ToF sensor to the right of the camera bump. All of this is enclosed within a rectangular, black camera bump, fitting the general aesthetic of other 2020/2019 smartphones such as the Galaxy S20 lineup, the Pixel 4 and the iPhone 11 lineup.

There is also a pill-shaped hole-punch camera, similar to the one in the Galaxy S10+, carrying a dual-camera setup. The display itself is curved, although the curve doesn’t seem as extreme as the one in the Mate 30 Pro, which fits the term “waterfall display”, given how there is a volume rocker–something that was removed in the Mate 30 Pro to give space for the screen curve.

Both the Huawei P40 and P40 Pro are expected to be announced during the first quarter of the year, so expect to see the phones very soon.

Source: Android Headlines


Update: Huawei P40 Pro’s new color variant shown off in new render

Evan ‘evleaks‘ Blass has shared a new render of the Huawei P40 Pro, showing off the mint green color of the upcoming phone.

Huawei P40 Pro - Mint Green

Source: @evleaks