Covid-19 or not, Huawei are going ahead with the release of its flagship P40 series as scheduled. The phone is the successor to what is probably Huawei’s best phone, the P30 (because it was their last flagship that came with Google) so it’s safe to say that it has big shoes to fill.
The thing about Huawei’s P series is that it always has a sick smartphone photography experience that is usually second to none, and the world now has the opportunity to witness the fruit of HUAWEI’s efforts in the form of its HUAWEI P40 Series of smartphones.
With Covid-19 rampant, there won’t be any physical launch event but you can actually live stream and be a part of the unveiling of the flagship HUAWEI P40 Series. In addition to that, the company will also be unveiling an array of its latest ecosystem devices, brought to you by Huawei Consumer Business Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Richard Yu.
Click on any of the links above to tune in for the live streaming event. Here’s a teaser video on what to expect
To recap, the phones are expected to come with a Kirin 990 chipset and a 120Hz refresh rate OLED panel. The P40 Pro will also come with a 52MP main shooter, 40MP cine shooter, and a 8MP telephoto camera with a 125mm lens. we also know there’s a dual front facing camera setup, we should be seeing a total of seven cameras on Huawei’s latest P40 series devices.