The Chinese manufacturer recently unveiled the newest flagships P40. As with all P-series smartphones, the company is promoting the Huawei P40 by emphasizing its photographic capabilities. However, of particular importance is the fact that the Huawei P40 Pro and P40 Pro + support fast 40W charging. Huawei is also the first manufacturer to achieve the current 40W charging speedHow effective is this charging for a 4200mAh battery like the P40 Pro?
The charging speed
According to PhoneArena who conducted the tests, the Huawei P40 Pro battery fully charges in 59 minutes. While in the first ten minutes it replenishes 30% of its capacity. In more detail, the website states that in 10 minutes the smartphone makes up 30% of the battery, in 25 minutes it has charged at 50%, for 80% it takes 15 minutes more while the full charge is achieved 19 minutes later.
90Hz doesn’t consume much battery power
The site notes that tests conducted on battery power with the monitor at 90Hz have slightly increased, compared to 60Hz. Specifically, the site reports that at 60Hz within one hour of use, 10% of the battery was consumed. Correspondingly, with the screen set to 90Hz the consumption for the same screen time increased by only 2%. It should be noted that the screen brightness was set to auto-adjust.
Huawei P40 Pro has a screen size of 6.58 inches with a resolution of 2640 × 1200. While Huawei P40 comes with a super 16MP f / 2.2 wide-angle camera, 50MP RYYB f / 1.9 camera and an 8MP telephoto lens. Huawei equips the P40 Pro with much more powerful camera setup. Including 50MP main camera, 40MP ultra-wide camera and super-telephoto 12MP camera with 10x zoom capability. There is also a Time of Flight sensor.
The device has an on-screen fingerprint sensor, which is 30% larger so it’s easier to use and 30% faster. The Huawei P40 Pro series will be available in black, white, silver and gold colors.
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