Huawei is expected to reveal the P40 and P40 Pro in March, and with just a couple of months to go, renders of the base model have been cobbled together for a sneak preview.
The images are reported to come from 91Mobiles' "industry sources" and show off the handset from the front, back, the right side, and the bottom. This is enough to give us a look at the most prominent features which include the rectangular rear camera array we saw on the P40 Pro render leaked last month.
Unlike the P40 Pro, the P40 looks to be sporting a flat, rather than curved, display. A notch is nestled up in the top left with two front facing cameras. Over on the back you'll find Leica triple rear cameras in a rectangular bump - one less than the P40 Pro - and an LED flash. While we don't know the camera specs, the lenses are comprised of a primary sensor, ultra-wide sensor, and time-of-flight sensor. Outside of that, details are pretty scarce for the Huawei P40. It's said to house a Kirin 990 chipset and will support 5G.
No doubt we'll see more titbits pop up in the run up to the phone's launch, so keep a weather eye out. [SlashGear]
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