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Anyone who has already bought, or is about to buy a Huawei smartphone, can continue to access the world of apps as they have always done. An FAQ page goes into more detail, with Huawei focusing on busting rumors and speculation. What about Honor? While the U. While the long-term future is still uncertain, the near-term situation is looking far more positive for both existing and prospective Huawei phone owners, regarding software updates and support.
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Could this mean the much-touted under-screen camera is on the way? Wishful thinking, we know, but it's not entirely out of the realms of possibility. A number of Chinese manufacturers have taken a stab at removing the notch — some resulting to eccentric pop-up front-facing cameras, and some finding a way to bake them in beneath the screen — so it's safe to assume Huawei is working on it , too. It's designed to feel premium—but will inevitably add to the surely already-considerable cost of the phone. Here's some food for thought: The P in Huawei P Series is long-rumoured to stand for Photography — tittle-tattle fuelled by the firm's tradition to push the envelope when it comes to mobile photography with the Pro variant in the range.
Huawei P40: Design
And guess what? The most credible rumours we've heard claim the Huawei P40 Pro will have a penta-lens camera on board — like the Nokia 9 PureView — co-engineered by German imaging titan Leica.
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That's a total of five sensors. The rear cameras are expected to be a time-of-flight, main camera and ultra-wide lens. Two separate selfie cameras, including what's said to be one with a 10MP sensor and one with an 8MP sensor, are said to round out the penta-cam setup. Just like the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro, the setup is expected to be arranged in a periscope-like configuration, which will help the handset achieve the ten-times optical zoom that earned its then predecessor the title of the Best Camera Smartphone of , and a revamped sensor array could make that even higher.
Lastly, you can bet your bottom we're going to see a whole host of camera improvements on the software front. The firm's Master AI has come on leaps and bounds since it debuted on the Huawei P20, with several new features being added with the Huawei P30, so we should see some new features with the Huawei P The most notable improvement that should come part and parcel with the Huawei P40 and Huawei P40 Pro is a high-resolution screen.
But we aren't holding out much hope. Announced at IFA and available in two configurations, the flagship Kirin is the world's first all-in-one 5G chipset. It merges a 5G modem with eight cores, offering a maximum download speed of 2. What's more, the Huawei P40 Pro is said to come with 5G as standard , eliminating the need to pick up a dedicated variant that has the soon ubiquitous network on board. The same can't be said for the standard Huawei P40, though, which is only expected to support 4G LTE out of the box — which will be reflected in their price.
As it stands, Huawei is allowed to trade with companies in the United States, so many expect the Huawei P40 and Huawei P40 Pro to ship running Android, rather than the firm's in-house alternative.
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But we could be looking at a different reality come , either because it's been banned again or it wanted to break away. After all, if Huawei decided to continue to bundle the Google Service-infused version of Android on the Huawei P40 and all future handsets, for that matter , it would be at the mercy of President Trump. That's why it could decide to venture down a different path, using its own HarmonyOS, so it can remain in complete control. What's worrying about that is many manufacturers have taken a stab at launching their own operating system — like Microsoft with Windows Phone and Samsung with Tizen OS — and hit a dead end, all for the same reason: there isn't enough motivation for developers to port their applications over to a new platform.
However, Huawei is in a different boat.
It's the largest smartphone manufacturer in China and before it had its infamous run-in with President Trump, it was on track to overtake Samsung as the biggest in the world. If that's not enough of a reason alone for developers to start moving their applications over, we don't know what is. That means that even if the client you're hoping to use isn't available through the Huawei App Gallery that's the firm's take on the Play Store , you can download it from external sources.
That means the overall success of HarmonyOS will all come down to execution. The western world isn't as open to heavily-modified animated skins as the Asian market, so it will need to find a way to strip back the interface if it wants to succeed in Europe and North America. If it does that, it could have a winner on its hands. But we digress. We can do it any time, but for the Google partnership, and efficiency, the priority will be for Google Android OS If we cannot use it in the future, we can switch from Android.