The Huawei P40 Pro + is available in France … for the price of $ 1,299.99! July 15, 2020 – Posted in: Smartphone news

As expected, Huawei confirmed the availability of its new P40 Pro + smartphone in France on Monday June 15th. A model that, as the name suggests, is even higher quality than the Huawei P40 Pro launched in March last year, with the focus on the photo area.

Huawei P40 Pro back, with a small “+”

In addition to the Huawei P40 and the Huawei P40 Pro, you therefore have to rely on the Huawei P40 Pro + in a few days. It is usually the one “even” Smartphone with a large 6.58-inch OLED panel, which is powered by a Kirin 990 5G-compatible processor and 8 GB RAM. There is also a dried and polished ceramic backing to ensure resistance to the test of time. It is available in ceramic white or ceramic black. The smartphone is also compatible with 40W wireless charging.

On the photo page, the Huawei P40 Pro + is equipped with a main module consisting of 5 sensors, which rotates around a main sensor with 50 megapixels (as with the P40 Pro). The difference here is on the side of a tandem of tele-sensors, with a 3x zoom on one side and a 10x zoom on the other side, both of which are assigned to an 8-megapixel sensor. Huawei also announces a 100x digital zoom.

Huawei P40 Pro Plus

On the Huawei side, we explain: “The Huawei P40 Pro + 40-megapixel wide-angle film sensor fully utilizes light sensitivity up to ISO 51200 to support video recording in low light conditions, which can be a challenge even with professional devices. The mixing technology from SedecimPixel, on the other hand, produces an excellent 4.48 -μm pixels so the device can get clear and sharp images at night. “”

Huawei P40 Pro +, price and availability

This new version of the Huawei P40 Pro will be available on Monday June 15th. The smartphone is available at a price of $ 1299.99 and comes with various bonuses, including a Huawei Watch GT watch and FreeBuds 3i headphones. Finally, let’s remember that this Huawei P40 Pro +, like the other versions launched in March, skips Google services.