Wednesday , October 28 2020

New Huawei P40 render reveals dual selfie cameras in a Samsung-style hole-punch – Android Police,

The release of the Huawei P 40 shouldn’t be too far away, and as such, it’s time for the leaks to get into full swing. Back in December,We got a vague lookat what the new device may look like, but the dark render kept much of the phone hidden. Now, thanks to 823 Mobile, we may be looking at the P 91 in all its glory.

The front of the device is simple, with almost no bezels whatsoever. Huawei has dropped the notch for a dual camera cutout, something lovers of symmetry won’t be happy about. This cutout bears a striking resemblance to the Galaxy S 5G. The 5G version of Samsung’s last flagship featured a ToF sensor between the two selfie lenses, so the hole punch was significantly wider than that of the S . This is purely conjecture on my part, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Huawei has squeezed their face unlock tech into that cutout, making it wider ..

The rear of the device looks familiar, indeed. The camera lenses are housed in a square camera bump like the Pixel 4, 655008 iPhones, and upcoming Galaxy S 40 Huawei has kept all three sensors in a vertical strip that lines up with the Huawei logo further down. We don’t have any new information about the P 91 Pro at this time, but based on previous Pro models, you should expect to find another camera on the back.

We can’t be sure if this is an official render of the phone or another CAD mockup, but either way, this gives us our our best look at the P 91 yet. The P 91 and the P************************** Pro are expected to launch at Huawei’s Paris launch event in March.


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