The Huawei P40 Series will be launched today officially and the lineup will consist of the base model, the Huawei P40 and then the high-end model, P40 Pro and even a higher model, P40 Pro Plus or (Pro+) 5G which is going to be the peak of the P40 series.
The P40 Pro Plus 5G had initially been rumored to be called the P40 Pro Premium but that naming seems to have changed now as the devices debuts today.
According to a tipster, Roland Quandt, he shared some jey specifications of the Huawei P40 Pro+ which showed what interesting feature the device will come up with.
And according to the leaked information revealed by him, this will be the epitome of the P40 Series which will feature the biggest Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G chipset although that is the same chipset expected to power the moderate versions (P40 and P40 Pro).
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The device is also expected to come with a 120Hz refresh rate on it’s moderately big 6.58-Inch display. Unlike the P40 Pro+, the base model will feature a 90Hz refresh rate and the same size display which seems Huawei is doing away with it gigantic displays as we saw it on the good old Mate 20X back in 2018.
The P40 Pro device features 8GB of RAM with the P40 Pro+ featuring a bigger 12GB of RAM and both devices feature a rear penta camera setup which is expected to house two telephoto lenses that is capable of a 10x optical zoom.
Powering the P40 Pro up is a 4,200mAh battery (Possibly a Lithium Polymer). The high-end version is expected to come with the same battery size and support a near 40W SuperCharge capacity which is great.
Also, Quandt also revealed that the base model, the Huawei P40 will come with an 8GB or RAM and 128GB of internal storage as well but that might not be the case.
As for the pricing, the device is expected to go as high as $871 USD (799 Euros). The 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage and 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage will be respectively priced at 999 euros (~$1,089) and 1,099 euros (~$1,199). There is no word on the pricing of the Huawei P40 Pro+ 5G.