Huawei P40 series official preheating video confirms some features

Following the gradual exposure of information about the Huawei P40 series, Huawei officials have also started warming up for the new P40 series phones. A recent official pre-heating video shows us some features of this series, at least the design. As can be seen in the video from Huawei , the Huawei P40 series mobile phone will adopt a quad-curved body design. In addition, the rear camera module has a bump. At the same time, the official said that this series will create “the next milestone in image art”. This implies that it will have a new breakthrough.

According to speculations, the Huawei P40 Pro will adopt a dual-punch hole full-screen design. It will use the Kirin 990 chip, a front 32-megapixel dual camera, and a rear-matrix Leica five-camera module.

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A Greek website recently revealed the prices of the Huawei P40 series in Greece. According to the report, this smartphone will arrive in the country in April. However, we all know that the P40 series will touch down on March 26. The report shows that this series has four smartphones. They include Huawei P40 Pro, Huawei P40, Huawei P40 Lite, and P40 lite E.

• P40 Pro 256GB – €1,139 ($1,272)
• P40 128GB price – €849 ($948)
• P40 Lite price – €329 ($367)
• P40 lite E price – €199 ($222)

In all honesty, Huawei’s new flagship series is a bit pricey for smartphones that will not use Google services. This means that these devices won’t have access t apps like Gmail, Maps, YouTube, Photos, Chrome, etc. Although Huawei’s AppGallery is the company’s solution for now, it lacks a lot of necessary apps. Huawei is currently trying to attract developers to design apps for its AppGallery. In fact, it currently has a lot of incentives for the development of Huawei Mobile Services (HMS). There are reports that popular apps such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter will soon be added to AppGallery.

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