Huawei will launch its “Huawei P40 series” smartphones on March 26
Because of the coronavirus outbreak, Huawei wants to make sure “everybody’s health and comfort.” through the online launch. Huawei will launch its “Huawei P40-series” smartphones on March 26, the company announced today. Approximately weeks after announcing the official launch day, the new move by the Chinese tech giant comes amid a global coronavirus epidemic that has led to several mega-tech shows being cancelled.
So far, the P40 series has created multiple leaks and rumours. Even though Huawei has not verified the key specs, here’s a look for what we can expect from the new smartphones coming up.
Huawei also promised “visionary photography” on the upcoming P40-series smartphones in the post on Tuesday. “We’re excited to bring you the next chapter of visionary photography at our upcoming online launch,” the company said in a Twitter post.
As far as the battery is concerned, we expect a more powerful battery than Huawei Mate 30 Pro earlier. If reports are accurate, the P40 series will likely come with at least 4,500mAh battery.
Besides, we also expect to see a full-HD+ or 2 K AMOLED 6.57-inch display with DCI-P3 and HDR support in either of the models. It is also likely that Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin flags power the Huawei P40.
Huawei has also recently released the toned-down variants of the P40 series with Huawei P40 Lite and P40 Lite E. While the P40 Lite is supposedly priced at EUR 299 for the 6 GB + 128 GB model, the Huawei P40 Lite E is priced at PLN 699 for the 4 GB + 64 GB variant in Poland.
Many mega-tech activities in the last month were subject to cancellations due to coronavirus outbreak. Talking about Huawei’s decision to launch the smartphones in an online event, a company representative informed Engadget that the company wants to protect “everyone’s safety and comfort.”