Huawei P40 series had details about it leaked online, just hours before the official launch. The P40 series debut in the UK had been disclosed by Leakster @evleaks. He had also shared the making of the P40 Pro which gives insight into the design of the new phone.
The leakster said that Huawei P40 Pro will be going on sale on April 4th, in the UK. Pre-ordering will start once it has officially been announced. The P40 Pro will come bundled with a free wireless charging pad and Huawei Freebuds 3 which are worth Eur 200 (Rs 16,000 approx).
Whatever information regarding the making of the phones had been leaked, seems to be true. The making of the phone shows that it will include a rectangular camera module on the top left corner. Reports say that the phone will have about five sensors-50-megapixel primary, 40-megapixel, 12-megapixel telephoto, depth and macro sensors. The front-facing camera will have two cameras as well as 32-megapixel and depth sensor. The battery of the phone will be a 4,200, Ah.
Kirin 990, the company’s in-house flagship, will power Huawei P40 and P40 Pro. It is highly likely that the two phones will launch without Google services and will possibly run on Harmony OS.