Huawei's P40 and P40 Pro have been globally available since April, and the ultra premium P40 Pro+ is finally about to join them.
Huawei have announced on its official Weibo channel that the P40 Pro+ will go on pre-order on June 1 and consequently go on sale in China on June 6.
The flagship is priced CNY 7,988 (€1,020, INR 84,700, converted) for the 8/256GB and CNY 8,888 (€1,140, INR 94,200, converted) for the 8/512GB model.
The Huawei P40 Pro+ differs from the P40 Pro mainly in the camera department, where it has an 8MP 240mm equivalent (10x) periscope zoom lens, compared to the P40 Pro's 12MP 125mm (5x) periscope zoom lens. The P40 Pro+ also pushes for crazy 40W wireless charging as opposed to the 27W of the P40 Pro.
In related news Huawei has also shared that the MatePad Pro 5G tablet will go on sale in China on May 27 - that's tomorrow.
The MatePad Pro 5G has a 10.8-inch IPS LCD of 2560x1600px, a Kirin 990 chipset, 7,250mAh battery with 40W wired and 27W wireless charging and support for the M-Pencil stylus.
My find X2 pro does 99, 100 or above % as p40pro photos. And has A LOT other pros over it. Sorry Huawei. Show me mate40rpo and I might change to Huawei again
Amazing! All sensors. Btw coming from best in business. I had mate20pro then p30pro. P40Pro and mate30prp are massive disappointments so I changed brand for now. After I bought the Oppo I did quick camera samples (all same) with mate30prp and p40rp...