HUAWEI has officially confirmed that it will hold a presentation of the two flagship smartphones P40 and P40 Pro in March, but has not yet disclosed the exact date of the presentation. Nevertheless, the company's new products have already been highlighted in the latest report of the Chinese regulator TENAA, thanks to which a curious feature of the updated generation of gadgets was declassified.
According to a report by network informants, the company will refuse to release the 4G / LTE version of the flagship HUAWEI P40 and P40 Pro. In a document published by the TENAA regulator, only two modifications of the unannounced, but already certified gadget are indicated.
Apparently, both models will be equipped with a Kirin 990 5G processor and adapted to work in fifth-generation networks. What will be the differences between the regular and the Pro version of smartphones is not yet specified, but according to insiders, the P40 Pro will receive an enlarged display and an improved main camera module.
There is an assumption that both devices will be presented in the first half of March.