Huawei P40 Pro exposes rendering images with a “super huge” camera cluster

Tram Ho

After the render of Huawei P40 leaked yesterday, today, we have more new views on the P40 Pro, a more advanced version of the P40 that is about to be launched by Huawei.

Specifically, the infamous leak expert Evan Blass (@evleaks) this morning posted a new render image of the flagship P40 Pro, showing us the design details of every corner of this next Huawei flagship.

Huawei P40 Pro lộ ảnh render với cụm 5 camera siêu to khổng lồ - Ảnh 1.

A leaked render of Huawei P40 Pro

From the image above, we can see that the Huawei P40 Pro is basically like a P40 with the main camera cluster on the back being enlarged. This camera cluster is so large that it takes up nearly a quarter of the entire back and bulges up completely. This camera cluster consists of 5 main cameras and an LED flash mounted in a fairly vertical rectangular module. We can predict that the main camera cluster of the P40 Pro will include a main camera, a super zoom telephoto camera, an ultra wide-angle camera, a monochrome camera, and a ToF 3D camera. Of course, just like the standard P40 version, Huawei will also work with the LEICA brand to optimize the camera quality on the P40 Pro.

If you pay attention, the main camera cluster of Huawei P40 Pro has a design similar to the previously leaked render images of the Galaxy S20 (both have a rectangular lens at the bottom).

Huawei P40 Pro lộ ảnh render với cụm 5 camera siêu to khổng lồ - Ảnh 2.

Camera cluster on Galaxy S20

On the front, Huawei P40 Pro will also be equipped with a “mole” screen with dual selfie camera cluster located in the left corner of the device, this camera may also include 1 normal and 1 super-angle lens. wide (or ToF 3D camera).

The exact time of launch is not yet known, but according to some sources, Huawei may soon release the P40 and P40 Pro in March. And of course, due to American influence, the duo will still not have Google services installed and will only be sold in the Chinese domestic market.

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Source : Genk