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There are only a few days left to meet the new Huawei P40, phones that will undoubtedly come to compete with the best of Android today, and which have already been leaked almost completely, and everything seems to indicate that the P40 will return to being phones that seek to revolutionize mobile photography.

Technical sheet

Huawei P40Huawei P40 Pro
screen6.1-inch OLED6.58-inch OLED
ProcessorKirin 990Kirin 990
Rear cameraMain: 50 MP

Secondary: 16 MP and 8 MP (probably wide angle and telephoto)

Technology: Huawei XD Fusion Engine

30x digital zoom

Leica optics

Main: 50 MP

Secondary: 40 MP, 16 MP and 8 MP (Probably a telephoto, ultra wide angle and macro)

ToF sensor.

Technology: Huawei XD Fusion Engine

50x digital zoom

Leica optics

Front camera32 MPMain: 32 MP

Depth sensor.


40W Quick Charge 27W Wireless Quick Charge

4,200 mAh

40W fast charge

Wireless load of 40W

OSAndroid 10

Without Google Apps

Android 10

Without Google Apps

Huawei P40 Pro (left), Huawei P40 (right)

What is Huawei XD Fusion Engine technology?

According to 91Mobiles, which is the source that has exclusively had access to these characteristics, he mentions that Huawei XD Fusion Engine It is a new technology developed by the Chinese company that is similar to the HDR + of the Google Pixel, that is, an image processing technology that remarkably improves the dynamic range.

Huawei would have worked much harder on the software for this new generation, as we have recently seen that the key to good photography lies not only in hardware, but also in software, and computational photography has shown that the results can be surprising.

No further details are given, and we must wait for the day.
of the presentation to learn more about it, because Huawei will surely
various comparisons between his new technology and the phones of the
competition like the Pixel 4, the Galaxy S20 or the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

A phone with the thinnest edges in history

Something that draws noticeably is the image of the
Huawei P40 Pro, which basically has no edges, while the P40 does
they notice the edges, which are thin, but they show.

Apparently Huawei has managed to almost completely eliminate the edges of the Pro model thanks to a curved screen on all edges, both side and top and bottom.

Visually this makes the phone look spectacular, however, when using it is when we will see how good an idea it has been to put a curvature everywhere, as we remember that the Mate 30 Pro did not receive good reviews for its curvature so pronounced on the screen. In fact, Samsung has almost completely eliminated the curvature of its screens with the Galaxy S20.