Last month, we’d seen a couple of Huawei P40 Pro renders courtesy of renowned leaker @onleaks and @RODENT950. These renders had offered us a good look on it’s possible designs ahead of it’s official unveiling in late March.
Today, a new set of renders of the P40 Pro in it’s protective casing had been published by a phone casing manufacturer in China. The new renders we see here reaffirms the existence of a penta camera setup on the P40 Pro, as well as a rectangular-shaped camera module similar to what we saw on the newly announced Samsung S10 Lite.
However, the arrangement of the rear camera sensors has some slight differences compared to what we’d seen from the ones revealed by @RODENT950 last month.
More specifically, the left column of the camera module houses four camera sensors, instead of the initial three which we’d seen previously. Likewise, the right column now houses only a single camera sensor instead of two.
Besides that, the LED flash of the P40 Pro in the new renders has a pill-shaped design in place of a circular LED flash. The location of the flash had also been shifted from top to bottom this time round.
As for the front design, it remains pretty much similar to the earlier renders. The device features a capsule cut-out on the top-left corner of it’s curved display that house a pair of camera sensors. This has became a mainstream design among recently announced smartphones including the Huawei Nova 6 and Realme X50.
According to earlier reports, the Huawei P40 Pro is expected to feature a 90Hz display which will considerably enhance the visual experience of it’s users. Although most of us certainly welcome a higher refresh rate for the P40 Pro, but it’s still considered sub-par as compared to the upcoming Galaxy S20 series which will reportedly feature a 120Hz display across the broad.