Camera-ratings website DxOMark has published its review of the Huawei P40 Pro, giving it the highest scores for its rear and front cameras. Yes, folks, we have a new smartphone camera champ.
A new report by Counterpoint Research suggests that the smartphone market didn’t decline as drastically as another company put it.
At a recent virtual launch event, Huawei unveiled its latest P40 series flagship smartphones with an emphasis on photography and 5G performance.
We spotted the Samsung Galaxy M31 on Samsung Electronics Philippines’ site almost two weeks ago. It has not gone official locally yet, but it looks like another member of the series will join it, too — if the company decides to bring it here, of course.
Huawei has recently announced the P40 series at a virtual launch event that took the place of its usual global keynote presentation with attendees from all over the world.
After a delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro global launch has finally pushed through, albeit virtually. But there was something else at the international announcement that has made headlines as well.
Huawei flagship phones have always belonged to the small crop of handsets that define what visionary smartphone photography is. And it seems that the newly launched Huawei P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Plus are no different. You can read all about their amazing features here.
Huawei has taken the wraps off its P40 series of smartphones at a virtual launch event, and as you’d expect from the tech giant’s latest flagship models, the Huawei P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Plus seem to pack plenty of power under the hood, especially in the imaging department.
It looks like there’s another OPPO phone in the offing even as we await the release of the OPPO Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro in the Philippines.
Earlier, it was revealed by Qualcomm that Lenovo’s upcoming Legion-branded gaming phone will be equipped with a Snapdragon 865, which is the fastest chip you can get in an Android smartphone now.