About a year after the launch of P40, Huawei announced today a new phone that follows that lineup, which is Huawei P40 4G. It seems clear from the name that the only difference is network support, where the basic version comes with a processor that supports 5G, while the 4G version was revealed today with the Kirin 990 processor, and the rest of the specifications are the same in the two phones.
Huawei P40 4G Specs
The rest of the new P40 4G phone features include a 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED display. The phone comes with only a single version, which consists of 8 GB of RAM, along with 128 GB of internal storage, expandable by installing a Nano Memory Card.
In terms of imaging capabilities, which are what any user aspires to when buying a flagship phone from Huawei, the new device comes with a triple rear camera consisting of a 50 MP primary sensor alongside an 8 MP telephoto lens that supports true optical zoom up to x3, and we also have a 16 MP ultra-wide lens.
In order to take great selfies, we have a single 32 MP front camera that supports 4K video shooting at 30 frames per second.
The phone comes with the same modest 3800 mAh battery that supports fast charging of 22.5 watts, the rest of the specifications are the presence of a fingerprint sensor under the screen, and there is no 3.5 mm port, the phone is water and dust resistant and has an IP53 standard.
The company set the price of the Huawei P40 4G for $ 618, and we do not really know what is the reason for the release of this phone and whether anyone will pay this amount in a flagship phone, but there are many other devices that are definitely better and offer a higher value for the price paid.