New renders from Evan “Evleaks” Blass provide us what might well be our best look yet at Huawei’s next flagship phone. This is the P40 Pro, according to Blass, who says that the phone will use ceramic in its build. Just like a previous leakage, it looks like the front glass and back panel will curve on all four edges.
The most popular design feature exposed in the images is the gigantic cam bump that houses 5 lenses, one of which is a periscope-style telephoto electronic camera. It’s likely, though, that Huawei is relying on software application improvements to show up at that figure.
On the front of the phone you can see a notchless screen with a hole-punch cutout for two selfie cameras. The power button and volume rocker are on the ideal edge, the top and left sides are essentially blank, and there’s a USB-C port and speaker on the bottom.
Huawei’s last 2 P-series flagship phones have been revealed in Paris in March, so a main launch shouldn’t be far. The distinction this time, of course, is that Huawei might again be required to launch its phone without onboard assistance for Google services, as held true with in 2015’s Mate 30 Pro.