Huawei P40 Will Be World’s First Smartphone With Triple Front Camera


The date for the planned launch of Huawei next flagship device, the Huawei P40, is drawing close. Though the launch of the device won't happen in Paris on March 26 as exactly planned due to coronavirus, Huawei will do the launch online.

Prior to the launch, there have been several rumours and leaks online suggesting the specs. A new leak surfaced online claiming that the device will feature a triple front camera setup at the devices screen.

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We've seen smartphones from Samsung, Redmi, and other manufacturers which have hole-punch cutout at the top or at the top right corner of the screen. However, this leak shows the P40 to feature the triple camera setup at the top left corner of the screen.


Though there hasn't been any confirmation to this, the P40 will be the first phone in the world to feature a triple camera setup at the front.

For now, we can't tell if this rumour is true or if the triple camera setup will be implemented on all three P40 phones. The lineup includes: Huawei P40, Huawei P40 Pro and Huawei P40 premium edition.


Huawei's CEO Richard Yu had previously given the public idea on what the Huawe P40 would offer and look like. Mr. Yu said the P40 will come with a new design, upgraded camera, processor, and battery life. So far, the leaks are in line with what the CEO said.

What we know for now is that the P40 lineups will feature a Kirin 900 chipset. Depending on the market, some models will feature 5G capability, RAM will be up to 12GB and internal storage up to 512GB.

Rumours also says the P40 device will feature a triple rear camera setup, while the premium edition will sport as much as 5 cameras.

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