Detailed visualization Huawei P40 Pro show 5-modular camera
The appearance of the visualizations smartphones coming series P40 Huawei has become almost a daily occurrence. Another batch of detailed images provided online TargetYouTube.com.
The design of the front panel Huawei P40 Pro will be very similar to the last Samsung Galaxy Note 10. This means that the top center of the screen will house a round camera hole. Although the Chinese manufacturer of smartphones in their latest flagship uses a larger cutout, perforated screen obviously will be more common solution in the mobile industry in 2020. In addition, the smartphone will have a curved display, providing a full screen image without black bars when watching videos.
Turning to the back of the camera, we find the same design module, which has already seen many of the visualizations in recent weeks, but with more distinct detail. A group of 5 lenses are assembled in a rectangle, under which are separately housed dual-led flash. According to rumors, the back of the device will house a camera with a 10x optical zoom, and a set of sensors will include 64-MP IMX686 Sony with OIS, 20-Megapixel ultra-wide angle lens, 12-Megapixel telephotometer, macro lens and the sensor volume Time of Flight. The camera can see the logo of famous German optics manufacturer Leica.
It is expected that Huawei P40 Pro get the latest platform Kirin 990 5G. This single-chip system uses the most advanced in the industry production process 7 nm + EUV and for the first time integrates in the chip modem 5G. It is also the world’s first mobile chip with more than 10.3 billion transistors.
The smartphone will support both Autonomous and nonautonomous 5G network, which will allow to expand the area of coverage of the working standard of the fifth generation. Another important feature will be, as expected, the battery capacity of 5500 mAh with support for high-speed 50-watt charging.
According to the latest reports, the launch of Huawei P40 Pro is expected in March next year with a younger model P40. Unfortunately, due to US sanctions on the presence of Google Play and other Google services it is better not to count.