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The idea behind the Bei P40 Pro + With two zoom lenses, these work more like the zoom lens of a conventional DSLR or mirrorless camera, so that you can zoom in and out more precisely and more fluently. In addition, the 10x optical zoom of the P40 Pro + can be even sharper than the 10x lossless zoom of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra which uses a 4x optical zoom in combination with a software upgrade to its 10th – Achieve multiple magnifications. And if that's not enough, Huawei says the 50 MP main sensor in the P40 Pro and P40 Pro + is the largest sensor a company has ever built into a phone.
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In the meantime, the P40 and P40 Pro have to do with a little less range thanks to triple and five-fold optical zooms. However, all three versions of the P40 have the new Octa PD autofocus system from Huawei, with which every pixel on the camera sensor receives eight autofocus points. Hopefully this should reduce the number of blurry or blurry images you take.
But Huawei is not done there because that The P40 series also offers Super Resolution technology similar to that of Pixel 3
and Pixel 4 that uses AI to improve the quality of your zoom images. There's also a new high-resolution AI engine that lets you remove distracting objects or people who may have bombarded your shot with a photo bomb, a new automatic white balance algorithm for AI, and an improved super night hand mode for better photos in low light .  Huawei has even added a number of other new camera and video features, including directional audio zoom, dual-view video, a wild statement of 7680 fps ultra slow motion, and an incredible ISO range, up to ISO 51,200 enough.
As for the design of the phone, the P40 line features a quad-curve overflow display with a built-in fingerprint reader, with the edges of the screen wrapped around the sides of the phone and additional curves attached to each corner. The overall effect is that the P40 Pro and Pro + have absolutely tiny bezels and still deliver what Huawei describes as a silky feel in your hand. In addition to a variety of color options for the standard P40, including black, blue, silver, gold and white, the P40 Pro + will be available with special white or black ceramic backs with improved strength and durability.
Both the P40 Pro and the P40 Pro + have a 6.58-inch screen, while the standard P40 gets a slightly smaller 6.1-inch screen, with all three equipped with an a 90Hz refresh rate. It is a little interesting to see how Huawei is satisfied with a refresh rate of 90 Hz when the
S20 line rises to 120 Hz, especially when you consider that the screen resolution of the P40 Pro and Pro + is a lower resolution of 2640 x 1400. On the other hand, it is always difficult to match performance-hungry features like these screens with the phone's battery life.
Huawei has also added a new suite of cameras and sensors, including a 32 MP selfie camera, ambient light and proximity sensor, and an IR depth camera that enables the face to be unlocked in all lighting conditions. And while the underlying technology is different (since Google uses tiny radars instead of depth sensors), the P40 even has a new gesture control system that allows you to scroll through the content or take a screenshot with a simple flick of a hand.
All versions of the P40 have at least 8 GB RAM, 128 GB of basic memory and the Kirin 990 chip from Huawei, the latter has built in 5G support and offers over 30 percent better CPU and GPU performance compared to the Kirin 980 chip in last year's
P30. And if that wasn't enough, Huawei is launching a brand new digital assistant for parts of Europe and other regions called Celia to help you make all calls or adjust settings, all with your voice.
One last interesting note: With the introduction of the P40, Huawei really seems to be relying on its app gallery as a real replacement for Google services and the Google Play Store. The App Gallery not only provides a tool to help you find the apps that may not be directly available from Huawei, but according to Huawei, more than 1,000 software developers are working with external companies to create apps for the Huawei App Gallery . Despite this additional support, Huawei is still missing many important games as well as apps like Facebook, WhatsApp and more.
Screenshot : Huawei  Frankly, the number of improvements and new technologies that Huawei has integrated into the new P40 series are damn impressive. Availability in North America is somewhat limited, and a lack of support for Google services could make it more difficult to buy than Samsung or Apple. I'm really looking forward to seeing what this phone really does.
The P40 will go on sale on April 7 from 800 euros for the standard P40 or 1,000 euros for the P40 Pro, while the P40 Pro + will arrive later in June for a whopping 1400 euros.