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Alleged Huawei P40 renders tip triple rear cameras, dual punch-hole display and more

New renders of the Huawei P40 have shown up online. To recall, last month we saw the first CAD-based renders of the Huawei P40 and P40 Pro smartphones. However, those renders were dark and didn’t give us too much information, but revealed that the P40 duo will have a large, rectangular camera module on the back. A much clearer render has appeared online now. It gives us a look at the rear as well as front of the Huawei P40.

The latest development comes from 91mobiles. It showcases a dual pill-shaped punch-hole display. We can see three camera lenses at the back housed in a vertical rectangular module. Huawei P40 is rumoured to sport a main + ultrawide camera on the back plus a 3D ToF sensor. However, if the render is to be believed, the third camera actually has an 80mm telephoto lens (3x zoom).

Huawei P40 render

There is no headphone jack seen in the renders. While there was a 3.5mm headphone jack in the Huawei P30 located at the bottom, there is none in the render. However, we are yet to see the top of the device. The Huawei P30 is tipped to be  powered by the Kirin 990 chipset (probably the 5G variant).

Earlier rumours have revealed that the Huawei P40 could come equipped with a 6.2-inch 2K OLED display. The phone is likely to run Android 10. However, because of the ban on doing business with U.S. companies, Huawei will be shipping the phone with its own Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) instead of Google Mobile Services (GMS). The company did the same with the Mate 30 series last year.

The Huawei P40 has been confirmed to be launched in March 2020 by Huawei CEO Richard Yu. While the P40 series is expected to pack some stellar hardware, whether they will see a successful uptake by consumers outside China will have to be seen once the phones are launched.

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