Enigmatic phone leaker Evan Blass, also known by his Twitter handle @evleaks, just shared a rendition of Huawei P40 Pro. He shared the images on his Twitter account, and the first look guarantees a very stylish and sturdy design.
More about the Huawei P40 Pro
The phone leaker suggests that the P40 Pro may come in a ceramic build, with front glass and back panel sporting curves. The most striking aspect of this design rendition are the five camera lenses that dominate the back panel of the phone. The Leica-branded camera may support 18-240mm coverage and 13x zoom. On top of this, the phone is likely to sport software enhancements compared to its predecessors. The cellphone also comes with two front cameras for crystal clear selfies.
Connectivity may come via USB-C port, while the speaker is located at the bottom of the phone. The P40 Pro will not have a headphone jack, much like many of the newer smartphones these days. Huawei launched its P-series phones in Paris, last March. Thus, the actual model will probably be announced very soon. Rumors also indicate that the phone may not support Google services.
Here are the features of the Huawei P40 Pro in brief:
- P40 Pro is expected to sport 7 cameras in total
- 5 cameras will be placed on the back panel, while 2 will be on the front of the phone, for taking selfies
- There won’t be a headphone jack, and the speaker will be located at the bottom of the phone
- A USB-C port will help people to connect the phone to other devices and plugs
- A sleek and curvy design will appeal to those who are aesthetically inclined
Are Evan Blass’ leaks reliable?
@evleaks is a major source of leaks and information related to smartphones. For a long time, Evan Blass tweeted anonymously, until he decided not to. He has shared important leaks in spurts, and has often been the target of both criticism and praise. Today, he is a well-respected observer and journalist whose information leaks are often true to the mark. Thus, it should not come as a surprise if the P40 Pro looks exactly how it does in the rendered images.