Huawei is all set to launch the Huawei P40 series on March 26. However, the phones have leaked online a number of times now. This time around, an image of the retail box of the P40 Pro has leaked online. The packing box is specifically for the Huawei P40 Pro Hongqi Limited Edition. Further, the company is said to launch just 200 units of this edition and to get one, you’ll have to buy the new Hongqi H9 luxury car. The retail box suggests that this model may have several customised accessories onboard. According to earlier leaks, Huawei P40 Pro Hongqi Limited Edition will have a black finish with a red dragon engraving at the right half of the back panel.
Recently, a marketing image of the P40 series appeared online, which revealed the phones in various colour options. It not only revealed the colour options of the phones, but corroborated with earlier reports about Huawei working on three flagship smartphones with three, four, and five rear sensors respectively. From the cheapest to the high-end, the phones are expected to be named - Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Premium Edition.
The Huawei P40 is tipped to be made available in silver, gold, black, blue, and the gradient Breathing Crystal finish. It is expected to sport a 52MP primary sensor + a 40MP ultra-wide-angle lens + a telephoto sensor. On the other hand, the Pro is said to be made available in the same silver, gold, black, blue, and Breathing Crystal finishes as its standard model. Previously leaked renders have also shown a mint green colour option. The P40 Pro is expected to pack the same duo of 52MP and 40MP. Instead of a telephoto lens, it could come with a 5x periscope shooter and a time-of-flight sensor.
As for the Huawei P40 Pro Premium Edition, it is expected to be made available in Black and White variants. It is tipped to comprise of the 1/1.28” Sony IMX700 52-megapixel Hexadeca Bayer RYYB lens, a 1/1.5” Sony IMX650 40-megapixel ultrawide Cine RGGB lens, a telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, a dual prism periscope zoom lens with 10x optical zoom and a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor.