Huawei P40 Pro Leaks Suggest Penta-Camera Setup

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Huawei is working on the next smartphone of the P40-Series and fresh leaks suggest that it will come up with a Penta-camera setup. The camera setup is equipped with a 64MP Sony IMX686 main sensor.

With the main rear camera, the setup featured a 20MP ultrawide, a 12MP periscope telephoto, a macro-camera, and a ToF unit. The camera will support a 10x powerful zoom. The smartphone is expected to launch in March 2020

Leaks from Chinese News firm, IT Home suggests that the smartphone will feature a notch-less-display. P40 Pro has a dual-perforation display of 6.57 inches (6.67 inches diagonal). The P40 series will not support the Android OS due to the trade war between Google and Huawei. The P40 Pro will feature the new HarmonyOS from Huawei.

The smartphone will have an AMOLED display that supports 2K and FHD+ resolutions. Also, the smartphone will support tempered film exposure.

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