Huawei has introduced its flagship P40 series phones.
During an online event, the Chinese company introduced 3 phones from the series P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro Plus.
All three phones also lose Google apps and services due to US sanctions, which are replaced by the company’s own app gallery, while using the open source Android operating system.
This phone comes with a 6.1-inch OLED display with a 60Hz refresh rate.
It has a Kirin 990 5G processor, 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage which can be added with the help of an SD card.
It has a 3800 mAh battery with 22.5 watts fast charging support but it does not have wireless charging feature.
There are 3 cameras on the back of this phone, of which the main camera is 50 megapixel ultra vision, the other is 16 megapixel ultra wide and the third is 8 megapixel telephoto lens, which can zoom 3x optical.
There are 2 cameras on the front of the phone, one is 32 megapixels and the other is IRTOF3D (biometric sensor).
The P40 Pro has a 6.58 OLED display at 90 Hz with a refreshing ratchet, with a fingerprint sensor inside the screen that’s 30% larger than before.
The phone also has a Kirin 990 FiveG processor, while 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage can be added to the SD card.
40 watts fast charging and 27 watts wireless charging support with 4200 mAh battery.
The highlight of the phone is its camera system and the main camera is 50 megapixel with 1 / 1.28 sensor which is bigger than Galaxy S20 Ultra with RYWB color filter.
The phone has a 40 megapixel ultra wide sign camera while the 12 megapixel telephoto camera comes with 5 x optical zoom, while the fourth is a TOF 3D Depth lens.
There is a dual camera setup on the front of the phone with 32 megapixel camera with IRTOF 3D sensor which also acts as a biometric sensor with the Depth.
As mentioned above these phones have been given the Android 10 operating system but Google services are not available, but the company has provided the App Gallery platform.
Similarly, some companies have partnered with a voice and video call app called MyTime, which also acts as a streaming platform for other products such as drones and action cameras.
Huawei has also given its first digital voice assistant called Celia, which is equipped with AI features such as AI Lens and AI Touch Shopping, to help make calling reminders like Basic Talk.
Huawei has partnered with several companies to provide protocols such as Google Cast, and has also developed a simple wireless content sharing system, OneHop.
The Huawei P40 will be available for sale on April 7 and is priced at 800 euros (over one lakh 44 thousand Pakistani rupees).
The P40 Pro will also be available on April 7 and is priced at 1,000 euros (over Rs. 81,000 Pakistani rupees)