On January 3rd, a large wave of Huawei’s new machines (including glory) were certified by Bluetooth. Details about the new machines are not currently known for the time being, except for the models, which may include the P40 series, which will be launched in March. As is customary, the P40 series is expected to include the P40 and P40 Pro, and sources @RODENT950 said the P40 series contains three flagship models, though the source gave no details.
There is no doubt that the P40 and P40 Pro support SA and NSA dual-mode 5G, the first 5G flagship of the P Series. It will feature the Kirin 990 5G SOC, the world’s first flagship SOC with integrated 5G baseband, and the only integrated flagship 5G SOC for mass-produced commercial production.
On the screen side, Huawei’s P40 and P40 Pro may use a hole-in-the-hole approach, the flagship phone’s screen trend in 2020. And Huawei’s P40 series is likely to support high refresh rates, as to whether it is 90Hz or 120Hz is not known.
In addition, the exposed protective case shows that the P40 series features a matrix camera and may be equipped with a periscope lens. And Huawei’s chances of sending DxOMark, the P40 Pro, are highly likely to be expected.