Where is the full-curved screen? Well every single Huawei P40 Pro is asking this question as the latest pictures of Huawei P40 Pro has been leaked out!
The Huawei P40 Pro was once rumored to have a display screen that curves around all 4 edges of the phone, a design feature we have not viewed before! Hut new hands-on pictures suggest it might appear a little extra plain than we would expect.
These pictures had been share up with the help of a leaker on Weibo (a Chinese social network), and while they had been unexpectedly delete up, GSMArena saved the two photos. These photos have been stated to be of the Huawei P40 Pro, however as we’ll get in to later, there are lots of other devices they seem to be like – or could in reality be.
First Huawei P40 Pro snap shots surface
The phone is interior a custom case as to conceal its identification and tries mainly tough to cover the camera.
The two images exhibit a smartphone that is clad in a shielding case (likely to stop people taking photos of the device – that genuinely didn’t work), and a few features, like the rear digicam bump, are deliberately covered. We can nevertheless see the display, though.
The Huawei P40 Pro’s display screen looks to be slightly round up at the edges, as the Huawei P30 Pro’s was, and there may be also a punch-hole camera cut-out to the top left of the display, however the whole curve display is absent. In fact, if this is the Huawei P40 Pro, it is hence to look fantastically comparable to different other phones coming in 2020.
The Samsung Galaxy S20, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, OnePlus 8 Pro and greater rumored 2020 smartphones are all set to have curved screens with punch-hole cut-out cameras, and if this photographed smartphone is not one of those, the Huawei P40 Pro appears exceptionally like all these different devices – in other words, it could be a pretty ‘standard’ device.
We are definitely watching for the device to be launch out in March 2020, so stay tuned with us for all the latest updates about Huawei P40 Pro!
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