Huawei is expected to unveil its latest flagship series – the Huawei P40 in March. But ahead of the launch, the Huawei P40 Pro’s first live pictures have been captured and shared on Weibo. The original source is DigitalChat, which is relatively well known as a tech leaker on Chinese social media. The original post has, however, since been deleted, but the post is already viral.
Photos of the smartphone were snapped at a subway, probably in the hands of one of its workers. The pictures show a dual hole-punch display with cutouts in the upper left corner of the screen, which is supposed to be Huawei P40 Pro. The status bar is set to black and there is a box that usually hides the display curves (you can clearly see the side curve, but it should also be curved at the top and the bottom sides). The back of the device is covered by a protective case so that the rear camera can not be seen. You can see that the two bumps of camera hardware are covered with two flaps. Nevertheless, the configuration of the front side is largely in line with the available renders.
According to recent rumours, the Huawei P40 family is expected to launch in March with three new flagships dubbed as P40 vanilla, P40 Pro and P40 Pro PE.