The Huawei P40 Pro could feature seven cameras in total, five on the back and two on the front. This is according to new renders from Evan “Evleaks” Blass who created the new designs based on previous leaks.
According to the leaked information, the Huawei P40 Pro will feature a new front glass design with curved edges on all four sides. The biggest new change is the massive camera bump that houses five lenses, one of them being a new periscope-style telephoto camera. The camera system will be powered by Leica as per usual but it will cover 18-240mm resulting in a 13x zoom. This will most likely be backed up by software Huawei will incorporate to make it possible.
The front of the device will feature a notch-less display with a hole-punch for two selfie cameras. It also seems the device will not have a headphone jack either just like the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20. As for the casing, previous leaks point to the Huawei P40 Pro featuring a new ceramic shell over the plastic and metal used in previous models. We don’t know if this will be exclusive to a specific version of the phone as it is a costly material to make.
Huawei will no doubt reveal the P40 Pro range sometime in March but the more important news right now is whether or not they will launch the devices with their own custom OS or still stick to a Google service-free version of Android?
Header image: Evan Blass