Huawei P40 Pro Plus Preview: Release Date, Key Features and Many More That You Should Know

The upcoming month is going to be very important for Huawei because in that month Huawei going to release some outstanding smartphones. In today’s article we are going to talk about one of those smartphone whose name is Huawei P40 Pro Plus.

Huawei P40 Pro Plus Preview:

So, if you interested to know about it then go through this article. After reading this article not only know the features of this phone but also you can decide should you buy this phone or not.

So, let’s begin with the key features and highlights of this phone.

Key specifications and highlights

This is really a beast smartphone which is coming up with the best processor named HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G. This is the best processor which gives you the ultimate performance from multitasking to gaming in every place.

This smartphone is coming up with 8gb ram and 512 gb Internal storage. From this you can actually understand how beast this smartphone is. You can also get a option to expand your storage up to 256 gb. The system of this phone running on Android 10 and custom UI EMUI. But there may be a update from where you get the latest android version.

This phone is also heaven for mobile photographer. Here you get a quad camera setup which consists of 50+40+8+8 megapixel. Besides this, you get 32 mp front camera. So, there will be no doubt how much superb the camera quality is.

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Beside this, you get 4200 mAh battery which gives a average user more than 30 hours battery backup. But if you are an heavy user or a mobile gamer then also you get enough battery life.

So, these are the most important features of this phone that can attract thousands of mobile lovers.

Release date

The expected realese date of this phone is 3rd April, 2021.


The proper price point of this phone is not disclosed by the company. But it’s can be assumed that the starting price point of this phone is Rs. 117,490.

That’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for latest updates.

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