Render shows suspected Huawei P40 Pro smartphone

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A render of what would become the Huawei P40 Pro has appeared. The phone looks a lot like the device that is called P40 in another render, but differences between the two smartphones can be seen, among other things, in the camera setup.

The render comes a day after that same site showed an image of the P40. The renders differ from each other. That of the P40 shows the phone from more sides and has a much higher resolution. According to the render of 91Mobiles, the P40 Pro has four camera lenses on the back, three of which are below each other and one next to it. The bottom of the three camera lenses on the left appears to have a periscopic lens, judging by its square shape. The P40 doesn’t have that.

According to the site, there is a curved screen at the front, although given the image it is not a waterfall screen with a bend of 88 degrees, as on the Mate 30 Pro. Other specifications are not yet clear, although Huawei will probably equip the phone with a Kirin 990 soc from HiSilicon. That is the soc that is also in the Mate 30. 91Mobiles claims that the P40 will have a screen of around 6.2″, while the P40 Pro would come in at 6.7″.

MySmartPrice now reports that Huawei has adjusted the conditions of its services to be able to show advertisements in the future. Huawei calls it Huawei Ads. It is still unknown whether they will come in Android edition Emui. Other manufacturers like Realme and Xiaomi are already doing that.

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