Back in December 2019, fans got a vague look at what the Huawei P40 might look like, but since the render was dark, most of the phone remained hidden. New renders reveal the P40’s design in all it’s glory. The front of the device features a simple layout, and the screen has almost no bezels. Huawei dropped the notch and has gone the camera cutout route, which is something that people who like symmetrical designs won’t like.
The cutout has a striking resemblance to the camera cutout of the Galaxy S10 5G. The 5G version of the Samsung flagship came with a ToF sensor between the two selfie lenses, which made the hole punch significantly wider than the S10+’s hole punch. There is no official information as to if Huawei has squeezed advanced face unlock tech into the cutout, making it wider.
The rear of the device looks familiar. The cameras are housed in a square-shaped camera bump like the Pixel 4. Huawei kept all three sensors in a vertical strip, and the cameras line up with the Huawei logo further below. There is no new information about the P40 Pro at this time, but based on previous Pro models, you can expect to find another camera on the back. We can’t tell if this is an official render of the phone or just a CAD mockup, but either way, this gives us our best look at the P40 yet. The P40 series is expected to launch in March.