Though Huawei has had some problems with its most recent releases due to all the inconveniences caused by the veto of the United States, the firm continues to bet on not stopping its machinery for a single day to continue bringing consumers interesting options that stand out from the competition, and the next big launch of the firm will be the Huawei P40.
And just today we have revealed some specifications that may come in this device, which could be innovative in 2 things; Your battery and your camera.
Graphene battery and 5 rear cameras
Although all these data must be taken with care, it is likely that much of what is said here ends up being a reality, because if we consider that the Huawei P40 It should be presented between February and March, so Huawei should have everything ready to start production of this device at the time of January.
As GizmoChina reveals, the Huawei P40 will have 5 rear cameras, and the main sensor of this device will be 64 MP, while it will also have an ultra wide angle, a telephoto, a macro sensor and a ToF sensor, so basically we are talking of one of the most versatile and complete cameras of the moment.
Regarding the battery, it is said that this will now be the first telephone of the Chinese firm to include a battery built entirely of graphene, which will have a much longer life time than those of lithium-ion, and may offer an autonomous and outstanding load times.
This is not the first time Huawei tests with graphene, but it will be the first time a phone arrives with a battery completely built with this material, which many call the material of the future.
Other specifications spoken for this device are the following:
- 6.5 inch OLED screen.
- 2K resolution.
- Cascade screen like the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
- 120 Hz refresh rate.
- 98% screen on the front.
- 5 cameras with Leica optics:
- 64MP (Sony IMX686 with OIS)
- 20MP ultra wide angle
- 12 MP telephoto with periscope zoom