According to Huawei Consumer Business CEO Yu Chengdong, the Huawei P40 series will debut in March this year.
On January 6, news broke that @BenGeskin released a rendering of Huawei P40 Pro (the authenticity is yet to be confirmed). The renderings show that the machine uses a hyperboloid digging screen solution, the rear lens is a matrix shape and supports screen fingerprint recognition.
Judging from the current exposure information, the P40 Pro will most likely use OLED curved hole screens and matrix cameras, but it is not sure whether it is a single or dual hole, front camera position.
According to foreign media reports, the OLED curved screen used by the P40 Pro is supplied by Samsung. The Mate Xs to be released in the first half of this year is also a flexible screen panel provided by Samsung.
Core configuration, P40 Pro is expected to be equipped with Kirin 990 5G SOC. It uses the industry’s most advanced 7nm + EUV process and integrates 5G Modem into the SOC for the first time. It is also the world’s first mobile terminal chip with more than 10.3 billion transistors. It is worth noting that Kirin 990 5G SOC is currently the only integrated flagship 5G SOC that has been mass-produced for commercial use.
In addition, the image will be a big highlight of the Huawei P40 Pro. Starting from the P20 series, Huawei P series will send DxOMark for each generation, and it is the first place on the DxOMark list at the time, so it is no surprise that the P40 Pro will also appear in DxOMark, and it is likely to be the first place is Mate 30 Pro 5G), it is worth looking forward to.