P40 Pro

After initially planning to launch its brand new P40 Pro in Paris on March 26th, Huawei has switched to making it an online-only affair that will be live-streamed in the usual places. In the meantime, though, the leaks are still coming through, the latest of which showing off the variety of colors that the new flagship will be available in.

The image comes courtesy of Evan Blass and reveals that the P40 series of handsets will be available in up to six different colors ranging from gray, black, a stunning blue color, pearlescent white, what appears to be an almond color, and silver. The serial leaker also says that the P40 Pro Premium, or the PPP, as tech bloggers will likely name it in private, will come in black or white color options with ceramic rear panels.

Not content with Evan Blass’s efforts, Huawei has been doing some teasing of its own by posting a video (embedded above) to show off the curved display and style of the new P40 Series.

Huawei is announcing the P40 Series on March 26, which is just over a week away, where we expect the smartphone brand to launch the regular P40, the P40 Pro, and a new, higher-specced P40 Pro Premium model, all featuring the Kirin 990 processor that made its debut in the Mate 30 Series back in September.

Source: Evan Blass, Huawei

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