Huawei has decided that in light of recent events due to the coronavirus, it will not have an in-person product launch in Paris. Instead, it has planned to do it all online on the 26th of March. The device in question to be launched is the Huawei P40.
This phone is touted to have a camera set better than the Galaxy S20 Ultra, with a better sensor and even better low light photography. A 13X zoom instead of the now-normal 10X zoom may mean that it will also capture sharper and clearer images at longer distances. This is evidenced by the suggestion of it using an 18-240 lens.
One of the recurring problems regarding the P series is the United States blacklisting the company itself as of last May. The phone, therefore, is without your usual Google apps like Maps, Google Play. The company itself is expecting a lot of flak in the sales due to this and also a loss of general appeal anywhere outside China. It is up to the phones and their performances now to uphold and save the company from slowly bowing out.
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