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Huawei P40 Pro leak reveals release date and five rear cameras with bump



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Huawei is planning for a huge release but many people are still a bit skeptical about buying a Huawei phone and have questions regarding the support for Android on the new range of smartphones. The Huawei P40 Pro is coming and renders have already surfaced giving us a good view from different perspectives.

Renders have revealed some interesting information about the upcoming smartphone. There are two front-facing cameras housed in a pill-shaped cutout. Also interestingly, there will be an impressive Penta camera setup. That’s right, and what’s more impressive is that it will be capable of 10x optical zoom thanks to its periscope lens which we saw in the P30. That means that it can get ten times closer to the subject with minimal loss in quality. That is something no other smartphone camera is capable of yet.

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Huawei will not keep the headphone jack in the new P40 lineup. Some people may consider it to be a deal-breaker whereas some people may not care about it at all. Renders have shown us a great deal about the device. It will have a minimal and sleek look that will look good in the hands.

The buttons for both the volume control and power will be on the right-hand side of the device. At the bottom, there will be a USB Type C with fast charging as well as the downward-firing speaker grills along with a sim card tray. The antenna lines will be at the top and bottom.

The camera module is what catches our attention the most. It will cover a big part of the phone’s back. The concerning part is the size of the bump. A phone cover may bring balance to the large module that houses the five cameras but to what extent? The phone looks extremely modern and good but a phone cover may ruin its looks. Especially considering the fact that it will have a premium ceramic build.

Source: Pocket-lint | via

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