Huawei announced the release date of the P40 Pro +

by nativetechdoctor
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Huawei has just announced that pre-orders for the P40 Pro + are now available and the company’s cellular phones will enter the market on June 25.

According to Neowin, this product sells for £ 1,299 in the UK market, and buyers from Huawei stores get incentives such as 46mm GT2 smartwatch watches and 40W SuperCharge wireless chargers.

One of the highlights of the P40 Pro + is the camera system. While the P40 has a 3x telephoto lens and P40 Pro 5x telephoto lens, the new device has up to two telephoto lenses: a 3x telephoto lens and 10x telephoto lens together, which allows maximum magnification of up to 100x.

The main sensor on the P40 Pro + is the 50 MP RYYB type with a Leica lens that allows for better low-light photography than what users get from competitors. It also comes with a 40MP ultra-wide lens and a Time of Flight sensor.

The Huawei P40 Pro + also comes with video enhancements that promise ISO 51,200 sensitivity along with Ultra Slow-Motion video recording at 7,680 fps (frames per second). Powered by the Kirin 990 chip, it can also record 4K video at 60 fps, something that its predecessor could not.

In addition, the product also comes with all the top specifications, such as 5G and Wi-Fi 6. It comes with 8 GB RAM and 512 GB internal memory.

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