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These new leaks of the Huawei P40 are devastating

The Huawei P40 Pro and the normal model will be launched in streaming with great anticipation this Thursday, March 26, perhaps giving a break to all the confinement and news of the coronavirus.

The Chinese brand wants to exploit the senses of the users and once again all the bets are taken by the camera of the next flagship.

And some of that is what the filter Ishan Agarwal has shared, a lot of information that basically reveals the last details that we did not know yet.

According to Agarwal, the phone will feature a 50-megapixel-wide camera, a 40-megapixel telephoto camera, a time-of-flight depth sensor, and one more (probably ultra-wide-angle) 12-megapixel camera. The telephoto camera can zoom in on subjects up to 50x.

This feature that is already in the Samsung S20 Ultra, ac would be improved in terms of resolution.

On the other hand, in the upper left corner of the 6.58-inch Huawei P40 Pro's screen, there will be a 32-megapixel front camera and a depth sensor, which should make a more realistic and eye-catching depth-of-field effect when using the portrait mode to take a selfie.

The filter also added that the new high-end Chinese will also include a component called Huawei XD Fusion Engine, which would be very similar to Google's Pixel Visual Core, which would help reduce the time it takes for the phone to compile HDR photos and improve various other aspects of its photography capabilities.

Both the P40 Pro and P40 will have a Kirin processor from Huawei 990.

Regarding its capacity, it is only known according to Argawal that it will have 4,200 mAh and a fast wireless charge of 40W.

On the other hand, to resolve the lack of official Android applications, it is estimated that the P40 Pro and P40 could incorporate the AppSearch system, which consists of links to external parties to send the corresponding links to download the applications.

Everything will be resolved on March 26.

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