In early January, a Huawei P40 Pro leak suggested that the upcoming smartphone, unlike its predecessor, would have a flat screen, and exactly a week after this news was released, we are bringing you news of another leak that says that … completely the opposite.
This is from Twitter user @ RODENT950 a contributor to the tech leak site Slashleaks, who has a pretty good (though not exactly long) track record.
You have a series of pictures of It appears to be a Huawei P40 Pro screen protector that shows what we were hoping for all the time ̵
The P40 pro has a steeper curvature than the P30 pro, which is due to the pill-shaped hole. Interestingly, the images on the screen protector do not show a notch for the front-facing camera, which has led many to believe that the phone will have one, instead a hole segment at the top of the display for the camera.
The photos of the screen protector show that the curve is more angular than that of the Huawei P30 Pro. It seems Huawei copied its Mate 30 Pro to a certain extent because it had a steep "waterfall" on the sides.
However, something that these screen protectors do not show is a screen that curves up the top and bottom of the device, as we will have heard of the Huawei P40 Pro. While some phones have curved screens on the sides, this is the first time in some cases.
This could indicate that the screen has no curves at the top and at least the bottom, or that the screen protector does not cover these areas, or simply that the screen protector is not tailored to the phone.
Another thing that was suggested by @ RODENT950 is that the main thing is that the camera of the Huawei P40 Pro will be a 52 megapixel snapper, which is the 4-in-1 Pixel technology used to take 13-megapixel images (though probably also with a 52-megapixel output option).
And let's go & # 39; s🤨52-Megapixel-1 / 1.3 2.24μm (13mp out) January 14, 2020
This contradicts the rumors we had heard that the device had a 64MP Main camera, and there are reasons that both might be plausible.
To defend the 64MP theory, we already know that Sony has a 64MP sensor that is already included in some cell phones from va rious companies. Huawei would be able to use this Sony sensor very easily in their phone, as most Huawei cameras combine Leica lenses with Sony sensors (which is a nice alliteration) The company was afraid of a top MP sensor with a 40MP Snapper back instead of 48MP, which was the top end option at the time. Instead, SuperSpectrum scanning was used, which "saw" RYYB instead of the RGB of most sensors, which made images appear brighter and more vivid – the main camera, so that it could facilitate the return of SuperSpectrum.
Of course, all this is based on rumors and speculations that could turn out to be completely wrong. We expect the Huawei P40 phone series to be launched in March 2020, but remain tuned to TechRadar until then for the latest information and news.