According to Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, the Huawei P40 series will be unveiled in March. On January 6th, the whistleblower @BenGeskin released a rendering of Huawei’s P40 Pro (authenticity to be confirmed). The rendering diagram shows that the machine uses a double-surface hole-drilling screen scheme, the rear lens is a matrix shape, supporting screen fingerprint recognition. Judging from the information currently exposed, the P40 Pro has a high probability of using OLED surface hole-drilling screens, matrix cameras, but is not sure whether it is a single-hole or double-hole, front-facing camera position.
According tomedia reports, the P40 Pro uses an OLED curved screen supplied by Samsung. The Mate Xs to be released in the first half of this year are also a flexible screen panel provided by Samsung.
The P40 Pro is expected to carry the Kirin 990 5G SOC in the core configuration. Using the industry’s most advanced 7nm plus EUV process, it integrates 5G Modem into the SOC for the first time and is the world’s first mobile terminal chip with more than 10.3 billion transistors. It is worth noting that the Kirin 990 5G SOC is currently the only integrated flagship 5G SOC that has been commercially available for mass production.
In addition, the image will be a big look at the P40 Pro. Starting with the P20 series, Huawei’s P-Series will deliver DxOMark for every generation, and it was the first on the DxOMark chart at the time, so it’s no surprise that the P40 Pro will also be on DxOMark, and the big probability will be the first (the current number one is Mate 30 Pro 5G), and it’s worth looking forward to.