After getting huge success of Huawei P30 Pro, the company is gearing up to launch its successor i.e Huawei P40 Pro. The company has scheduled the launch event of the device for late March 2020 in Paris. But it looks like the Christmas came early for Huawei fans. A new report suggests that the device could come with 10x optical zoom capabilities.
The renders leaked by @onleaks shows the exact specification and camera arrangement of the Huawei P40 Pro. According to the leaks, the camera module of the device is very large. Which could result in a bigger module or more camera, or maybe both? The device could have a 64MP Sony IMX686 as a primary sensor accompanied by a 20MP wide-angle lens and a Zoom lens.
A recent report from Ming-Chin Kuo, an analyst at TF International Securities. He suggests that Huawei has redesigned its periscope telephoto lens and this could come with 10x optical zoom. You can see a screenshot from his report below, where the new setup has been suggested.
Additionally, the smartphone also appears to be using a 1G2P lens. For starters, if you don’t know what is 1G2P according to an Xda-developers member the 1G2P lens mans the camera has 1 Glass and 2 Plastic elements. To remind you, most smartphones have lenses with 5 or 6 plastic elements. It worth mentioning here that, a 1G2P Setup would represent an upgrade as glass provides better clarity and also it is less responsive to scratching.
Further, the Huawei has confirmed that the phone will feature the HMS ecosystem with Android 10 and EMUI 10 out of the box. If the HMS term is new for you, the HMS is a set of applications and services from Huawei. Since the company can not use Google Services.