This is what Huawei P40 can look like. The battery and screen are surprising

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We are slowly starting to enter 2020, which may be a breakthrough for many smartphone manufacturers. This group also includes Huawei – the company is struggling with problems related to the trade ban imposed by the United States, but the Chinese are not going to give up in the context of innovation and technology implemented into their smartphones. He got into the network render of Huawei P40 model. One of the leaksters also shared some of the alleged device specifications. So what can we expect?

At the beginning it is worth noting that it is not known exactly which model the rumors relate to – leaksters and various sources mention Huawei P40, but it is possible that we are dealing with a version with the annotation "Pro" in the name. The Chinese smartphone would be equipped with a 6.5-inch OLED screen with a small notch. The ratio of screen size to the rest of the housing could be a record 98%. The most interesting is yet to come. Many users may like the information about the camera and the battery itself.

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He would be responsible for photos in Huawei P40 (or P40 Pro) Sony IMX686 sensor with 64 megapixel resolution. To all this you can also add an ultra-wide-angle lens with a resolution of 20 Mpix, a telephoto lens with a resolution of 12 megapixels and a macro camera. The last stitch will be nothing but ToF czunik.

Huawei P40 would be the first smartphone of the manufacturer that will use graphene in its battery. Thanks to this, the Chinese will be able to place it in a neat housing battery with a capacity of up to 5500 mAh with support for quick charging with a power of 50W. This means that the device could be charged from zero to full in less than an hour.

It is worth remembering that for now these are not confirmed leaks. The premiere of Huawei's new flagship smartphones should take place in the first quarter of 2020, according to the premieres from previous years. There is nothing else to do but wait for further information on these devices.

Source: Phandroid