And so, the dawn of leaks has arrived for the new year 2020 as the first of the major smartphones are nearing their release dates. And the latest to get caught in this counterfeiting spree is the Chinese tech giant Huawei’s P40 Pro. Despite suffering from the serious setbacks, especially from the U.S. administrations ban on using American software/hardware, Huawei’s performance with its flagship phones has been impressive throughout the last year or so.
This year’s first major smartphone launch on the list from Huawei – without Google apps & services – is the Huawei P40 Pro. The new flagship Huawei phone is rumored to be launched somewhere around March or April 2020. However, the leak experts somehow found their way to peep into the manufacturing process and have obtained some highlights for us. For example, according to Evan Blass, owner of evleaks at Twitter, the all-new Huawei P40 Pro will be sporting a superzoom quadruple rear camera and a body made up of ceramic materials.
To elaborate more on this leak, the Huawei P40 Pro will have a primary rear camera at 64-megapixel, a secondary ultra-wide 20-megapixel camera, 12MP periscope telephoto lens and an additional macro lens with a time-of-flight sensor. Also, the rear cameras will have enormously huge zooming capability at a range of 18mm to 240mm, astonishingly, and an aperture of almost between F1.8 to F4.0. If this leak really turns out to be true, Huawei P40 Pro will be an enigma of optical prowess.
As far as the use of ceramic design is concerned, it is also a novel approach adopted by Huawei when it comes to the smartphone. While ceramic may be as fragile as a glass when struck with a thud, it nevertheless is much more scratch-resistant than the glass. This is a good approach because many people keep their hefty smartphones protected from a thud breakage, but few from scratches. This is where Huawei P40 Pro’s ceramic body will come handy – way to go Huawei!
The only thing that is left now is the availability of Google apps and services for Huawei devices. If somehow the US-China Trade War comes to a mutually acceptable negotiation, I cannot find any reason why Huawei would not give a fish to smell for all other major smartphone makers across the globe. Besides, there is one more reason for Huawei to churn out impressive phones throughout the period of last year or so, the Android ban. I mean, to ensure enough sales to safeguard their dignity at the least, Huawei must have to impress the audience by its hardware capabilities. For now, it seems that Huawei is fulfilling that strategy to its maximum strength.