Due to the recent virus outbreak, Huawei cancels the release presentation of their latest flagship P40 Pro. This event scheduled in Paris on March 26 now sees an abort following a ban until April 15. To ensure the release progresses as planned, Huawei decides to present the smartphone live on the internet.
While announcing the launch in Paris, the Chinese manufacturer described the futuristic P40 Pro as “World’s Most Powerful 5G Smartphone”. The leaked details of the smartphone suggest that the device runs with the latest in-house processor, the 5G compatible Kirin 990. This smartphone, known for its photography attributes will have Penta-camera, two sensors in-front, and 10x optical zoom.
According to sources, the telecommunications equipment company will ship this smart device with a leading-edge graphene battery. This battery allows the Huawei P40 Pro to last longer and charge quicker. Like other new Huawei devices, the latest smartphone will run on EMUI 10, which is not allowed to access Google Apps and Services.
Huawei has no choice but to release the new smartphone through a live stream presentation. However, many other mobile manufacturers are said to follow the footsteps of the Asian company. This change of plans is yet another blow for the smartphone industry giant, which is struggling to progress in the American market.