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Huawei P40 and P40 pro leaks in new renders

We have already told you about the upcoming P40 from Huawei, that is all set to come out in the end of March 2020 in Paris, as confirmed by the French media yesterday, in an interview with the company's Head of Consumer Sector, Richard Yu, who also told us that the new flagship from the Chinese multinational smartphone maker will launch with a "never seen" design, overall performance improvements as well as the presence of Android's operating system version 10.

Now courtesy of the popular tipster Steve H.McFly from twitter, better known as @OneLeaks in collaboration with @91Mobiles, we get to see the upcoming smartphones in some high definition CAD-based renders. We already saw a promotional poster leak for the Huawei P40 last week, showing off only the side, featuring a slim design and the camera module that slightly protrudes, alongside the branding of Leica, as seen from the previous generation Huawei devices. Now with these new renders we can also see that the manufacturer is reportedly working on a Pro version of the purported handset as well, that will join the vanilla P40 model as the P40 Pro.

The major difference between these phones in terms of the design is said to be the display and from the camera department. The P40 (as you can see from the above alleged render) is carrying a flat screen as seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite that was leaked recently, while the P40 Pro (seen from the render attached below) looks to embrace a curved display on all four edges like the ones we have seen from Samsung flagships over the years. The metal frame on the forthcoming Huawei P40 and P40 Pro looks to carry the aforementioned "never seen" design from Richard Yu's words, that seems to wrap around and cover the screen's all four corners (like seen on the third second picture uploaded below). This could possibly mean better protection for the devices from accidental drops or anything that Huawei will likely address at it's official launch.

Apart from that, the phones looks to convey a metal/glass construction like most of the frontrunners and also attributes a USB Type-C port on the bottom center along with SIM tray and microphone hole to it's left and the speaker grills to the right. Like seen from the previously leaked poster, the volume up and down rockers and the power button have been positioned to the right side of the unit. Unfortunately we can't spot any 3.5mm headphone jack or the secondary front facing cameras on the smartphones here, but we doubt about a punch hole style setup or an under-display/screen selfie camera like the ones Oppo gloried recently. When we come to the back we see a similar rectangular module from Samsung's recent Galaxy A71 and A51 smartphones.The rumors suggest the P40 Pro to bring a penta lens arrangement for primary photography and the vanilla P40 to house a quad camera array.

Now finally for some details on the smartphone's speculated internals, we are expecting to see the Huawei P40 come with a 6.1" or 6.2" display and the Pro variant to pack a larger screen around 6.5" or 6.7", both toting an OLED Quad High Definition Plus panel at 120Hz refresh rate with integrated fingerprint scanner. Huawei P40 Pro is also tipped to come with company's own Kirin 990 processor that supports 5G connectivity and a 5500mAh powered battery with 50W worth fast charging technology. The phone is also anticipated to ship with a Leica-branded five camera lenses formation, where a 64MP lens with Sony's IMX686 sensor will be in charge with optical image stabilization, a 20MP ultra wide angle lens, another 12MP periscope type telephoto sensor, a macro lens, and lastly a dedicated ToF sensor. Please be clear that these specifications are just based on rumors from the sources.
Source: Steve H.McFly (Twitter), 91mobiles