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Huawei's P40 and P40 Pro unveiled

Huawei's P40 and P40 Pro unveiled”

Huawei Consumer Business Group has unveiled the HUAWEI P40 Pro+, HUAWEI P40 Pro and HUAWEI P40 flagship smartphones featuring cutting-edge design and ground-breaking camera. It packs not only the best hardware out there, but also flaunts a unique four-sided curved display and a attractive glass build. If you've been in two minds regarding which one to pick, this HUAWEI P40 Pro vs HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro comparison might ease the selection process for you.

HUAWEI P40 Series also introduces HUAWEI Golden Snap, which includes AI Best Moment, a new smart photography feature that chooses the best frames from a Moving Picture. There is a pill-shaped punch hole at the top that houses two camera lenses. "The screen is of the AMOLED variety, with the P40 shipping with a 6.1" 1080×2340 display and the P40 Pro getting a slightly larger 6.58" 1200×2640 display.

Despite having the same sensor throughout the series, each version of the smartphone has some different camera features. The first two are the same as the model P40, the differences are in the telephoto with zoom of five times and the sensor ToF (Time-of-Flight).

Embedded in the HUAWEI P40 Series is the advanced Ultra Vision Leica camera system, available in triple-camera, quad-camera and penta-camera configurations. For RAM, you're looking at 8GB in all models, with 128GB of storage in the Huawei P40, 256GB in the P40 Pro, and 512GB in the P40 Pro Plus. Due to Huawei's continuing difficulties with the United States government. The Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+ globally unveiled at an online launch event alongside other accessories including a smartwatch, smart glasses and a wireless speaker. The industry-leading 40W Wireless HUAWEI SuperCharge is available on the HUAWEI P40 Pro+ for fast and convenient charging. We got to review the P40 Pro in detail, spend some hands-on time with the P40 proper, and we're waiting for a chance to see the P40 Pro+ with its awesome 10x zoom periscope cam.

The Huawei P40 comes with a 16MP ultra-wide-angle f/2.2 shooter, a 50MP RYYB f/1.9 camera and an 8MP telephoto.

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The phone's telephoto lens is backed by a periscope camera system and can deliver 5X optical zoom, 10X hybrid zoom, and 50X digital zoom. Selfies and video call responsibilities are shouldered by a 32MP (f/2.2 aperture) front camera and a depth sensor. The front camera on HUAWEI P40 can also capture 4K videos at 60fps frame rate.

Both the phones are quite distinct in terms of design language.

The 40MP ultra-wide cine cameras in Huawei P40 has a focal length equivalent to 18mm and 1/1.54 inch sensor supporting 3:2 aspect ratio, which enables users to record movie 4K quality videos. It is made out of glass and metal, and comes with an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.

It's available in black, blue and pearlescent white, all with a high-gloss finish. It flaunts a waterfall display relies on capacitive controls instead of physical volume buttons. The super narrow bezels and streamlined round corners ensure an ergonomic hold and a near borderless look, while an enhanced in-screen fingerprint reader offers 30 percent faster biometric authentication. The P40 Pro Plus is the priciest in the P40 range at 1,399 Euros ($1,545).



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