Huawei is set to launch its P40 series in Paris in March, but @OnLeaks (through 91mobiles) gives us a close look at the collection already.
We also launched P40 and P40 Pro renders that will follow the P30 series. The biggest takeaway from looking at these pictures is that both phones will have a rear camera module similar to those found on the iPhone 11, Pixel 4, and the new series of Galaxy S11. While more square modules are used by Apple and Google, Samsung and Huawei seem to favour rectangular modules.
Up to four sensors could support the Huawei P40 camera module, while up to five could be borne by the Pro model.
All phones will have downstairs USB Type-C ports, SIM card tray, and speaker grilles, while a 2 mm hole is located in the top edge. The volume rocker and power buttons for the Huawei P40 series models will be on the right side. No 3.5 mm audio jack will be available on either handset.
The sketches do not indicate if the phones will have punch-hole displays or notches, but for the selfie camera, there will probably be no pop-up screen. This time, both phones will come with OLED panels with a fingerprint scanner in the window.
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