Huawei's new flagship phone P40 Premium is the company's first device that will be set up with 5 cameras on the back.
It is expected that the P40 series phones are being introduced by Huawei in March 2020 and according to the latest leaks, one version of this phone will have a total of 7 cameras.
In fact, it is the first smartphone to be given a total of 7 cameras and live pictures with the renders of the P40 Pro have leaked for the first time.
Leading Twitter user Evan Blais tweeted the render of the P40 Pro when it comes to taking pictures and details of smartphones.
P40 Pro - Photo courtesy of Avon Blass
It was recently reported that Huawei is likely to introduce the P-Series 3 flagship phones P40, P40 Pro and P40 Premium and will have a significant difference in camera setup.
The P40 Premium has 5 cameras on the back and 4 cameras in the Pro version, as the leaked picture also has 4 cameras on the back, with the main camera being a 52-megapixel, 40-megapixel sine camera, 8-megapixel Perry Scope. There will be a camera (with 10 x optical zoom) and a 3D DTOF sensor or macro camera.
In addition, the dual-LED flash rear camera is set up with the power and volume buttons on the right, and the dual selfie camera set on the front will be offered in a punch-hole design.
All phones will be delivered to the company's Carine 990 processor, combining Android 10's open-source operating system with 8 to 12 GB RAM and 128 GB storage, LED display with its EMUI interface.
Live images of the P40 Pro have been leaked on Chinese social media site Weibo, which can be seen on a dual-lens hole-punch camera, while Edge is clearly different.
P40 Pro Live Image - Photo courtesy Weibo