Back in March this year, Huawei unveil the company’s latest P40 flagship series which include the likes of the Huawei P40, P40 Pro, as well as an ultra high-end model known as the P40 Pro+. While the former two models are already widely available across the global markets, but the Huawei P40 Pro+ has yet to go on sale until today.
However, that is about to change. Huawei has officially confirmed that the P40 Pro+ will finally be up for registration on June 1st, and subsequently go on sale starting June 6th in the Chinese market. Although there isn’t any words on its global availability so far, but certain countries including Malaysia had already confirmed to be carrying this device at some point of time.
For those who’d missed out, the key highlights of the Huawei P40 Pro+ lies in its powerful penta-cameras setup which consists of a 50 megapixels “UltraVision” RYYB sensor, 40 megapixels ultra-wide cine lens, 8 megapixels 3x periscope optical lens, 8 megapixels 10x periscope optical lens, as well as a ToF camera.
The perfect combination of its telephoto lens allow the device to achieve up to 100x digital zoom which will put it on par as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in this aspect. Moreover, the current Huawei P40 Pro is able to support only up to 5x optical zoom and as much as 50x digital zoom.
With all these powerful technologies under the hood, we wouldn’t expect the Huawei P40 Pro+ to arrive cheaply. In the China, the P40 Pro+ is priced at 7,988 Yuan (US$1,120) and 8,888 Yuan (US$1,245) respectively for its 8GB+256GB and 8GB+512GB models.