Huawei P40 South Africa

The current flagship smartphones of Huawei belong to the P line. As you should know, the Huawei P40 and P40 Pro are considered to be the two most popular smartphones in many aspects. At least, this series has no equals in terms of photography. Its sales are restricted in the US and the company still hasn’t entered many markets. But this couldn’t prevent it from becoming the world’s second smartphone maker. To outrun Samsung, it should find new markets and capture more market share in existing ones. So to bring this plan to life, Huawei has decided to launch its two high-end smartphones in South Africa. The new product launch conference will take place tomorrow on May 28, and it will be live broadcasted via its Facebook and Twitter channels.

Huawei P40 South Africa

Huawei P40 Features

The Huawei P40 sports a 6.1-inch OLED display. It adopts a dual punch-hole design. In contrast, the Huawei P40 Pro comes with a curved 6.58-inch display. Under the hood, they carry a Kirin 990 SoC that supports 5G connectivity. All phones under the P40 series are packed with NaVIC in addition to GPS, AGPS, Glonass, and BeiDou along with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1.

These handsets also run EMUI 10.1 OS based on Android 10 with Huawei Mobile Services. Talking about cameras, the Huawei P40 is packed with a triple-camera, which includes 50MP UltraVision Primary sensor + 16 UltraWide angle sensor + 8MP Telephoto lens that supports 3x optical zoom, 5x hybrid zoom, and 30x digital zoom.

In this regard, the Huawei P40 Pro is way more powerful. Its quad-camera module includes a 40MP Ultra-wide lens + 50 MP main lens with OIS + 8MP periscope lens + ToF sensor.

 Finally, the manufacturer paid much attention to endurance as well. The Huawei P40 has a 3800mAh battery with 22.5W SuperCharge charging technology. Whereas Huawei P40 Pro is packed with a 4200mAh battery supporting 40W Fast charging.

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