Huawei is coming to start the year 2020 in its usual fashion, that is with the launch of the Huawei P40 flagship smartphone in March 2020. The P40 has been the subject of few leaks/rumours, one of which is that the product will be the initial Huawei model to use graphene battery but that rumour was squashed by the Chinese giant. The design of the Huawei P40 has Furthermore been leaked in number of renders. We currently have a fresh P40 leak in town and it is the TPU protective case for the gadget.
The TPU case provides us an idea of how the rear design of the P40 would appear as. The device will going join the Galaxy S11 series in having rectangular camera housing design. This design has been spotted on the flowed out render and the TPU case has a wide rectangular cut out to project the rear camera. The gadget is alleged to feature a quad-camera setup which is one sensor more than that of the P30. The edges of the casing around the camera protrudes and that is since the camera housing will have a protrusion from the rest of the glass body. Map up for the digital cameras, the back of the phone is bare.
There is a USB Type-C port at the bottom of the Huawei P40 alongside with a speaker grill on the right. The gadget is said to have a SIM tray on the left but there is understandably no cutout there. You’ll have to remove the TPU case to eject the SIM slot as with other phones. The power button and quantity rocker are on the right side of the metallic frame. Sad to say, the P40 ditches the audio jack like there is with no cut out for that anywhere.
Huawei P40As for the front design, previously flowed out pics recommend Huawei is adopting the same style it used this year for the Huawei P30 series. That is a flat display for the standard model and a curved panel for the Pro.
The Huawei P40’s panel is put at between 6.1-inch and 6.2-inch and must, of course, be an AMOLED screen screen. The renders do not indicated if it has a notch or punch hole neither is there any mention of a pop-up selfie camera. Huawei could opt for the punch-hole design which appears to be gathering momentum.