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.
The P40 Pro Plus is the world’s first smartphone with a total of 7 cameras.
It could be termed as the flagship phone of the series in which zoom cameras have been greatly improved while for the first time wireless charging has also been made part of the Huawei phone.
The phone comes with a 6.58-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, while the fingerprint reader is mounted inside the screen, which is 30% larger than last year’s model.
In addition, the company has got its own Kirin 990 FiveG processor, 8 GB RAM and 512 GB storage.
The IP8 water and dust resistant phone has a RAMX body.
It has a 4200mAh battery with 40 watts fast charging support, while it is the first phone to feature 40 watts wireless charging and reverse charging support.
Due to the deprivation of Google services, the company has put a special focus on the camera system to gain the consumer’s attention.
It has 5 cameras on its back, with a 50 megapixel main camera with RYWB filter and capable of 100% detection coverage.
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In addition, a 40-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera, 8, 8-megapixel telephoto camera and three DTOF sensors have been provided.
The company claims to be the first smartphone to have a multi-reflection Super Perry Scoop telephoto lens capable of dual axis OIS, 10x optical zoom, 20 hybrid zoom and hundred x digital zoom.
This allows users to draw high quality photos from a distance.
It has a dual-camera setup on the front, including a 32-megapixel camera and an IR fee scanner.
The phone will be available to consumers in June, priced at 1399 euros (over Rs. 472,000 Pakistani rupees).