Huawei P40 Pro might have a quad-curved display with no notch, 52MP main camera

14 January 2020
Expect a pill-shaped punch hole and 13 MP output.

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Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020"The sensor pixel size is 0.96μm" Not correct, if it's a 1/... moreHow the hell did you calculate it

  • Anonymous

IpsDisplay, 15 Jan 2020Holy hell that a big pitch Sad that no love is out there... moreSony sensors are better than Samsung.
Samsung sensors are better than omnivision.

Chinese brands will choose imx686 (1/1.7" 64MP) over isocell 108MP.
Much more tech there.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020"The sensor pixel size is 0.96μm" Not correct, if it's a 1/... moreActually is 1/1.33", not 1/1.3".
Isocell has 12cm diagonal.

Kruzz143, 15 Jan 2020Wow. Now you'll be ae to touch your screen accidently from ... moreNope. Palm rejection on Huawei phone are excellent.

And yes, curve screen are useless.

  • Anonymous

Quad-curved? Blech.

  • Consumer_2

This Will be very nice, no notch. I hope in the sector of battery P40 pro will have 6000mAh battery or at least more than 5000mAh with basic option 12GB and maximum 16GB ram ( because Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and one Plus 8 will start from this point of equipment). And I hope Huawei to bring it in Europe. If troubles with Google continues or will be solved in any case Huawei must stop the dependance from Google, because Google prevents Huawei evolution. Huawei and All Chinese companies must to cooperate to bring an alternative OS, because IOS and Android are monopoly and are blocking the evolution of the Chinese smartphone industry.

Wow. Now you'll be ae to touch your screen accidently from all 4 sides.

So pop up camera?

  • Anonymous

No notch, hole = i will buy it

Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020"The sensor pixel size is 0.96μm" Not correct, if it's a 1/... moreThat seems more appropriate. Even on previous P20, Mate 20 & P30 (Pro) has the 2.0 micron pixel size when pixel-binned. It will be a downgrade with this leaks suggest, eventhough not a big difference.

Nevertheless, smartphone camera progress is for sure fast-paced now, with everyone putting a big camera sensor, which is a plus.

Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020"The sensor pixel size is 0.96μm" Not correct, if it's a 1/... moreHoly hell that a big pitch

Sad that no love is out there for the omnivision OV48C sensor

As for these curve screens

There is one practical application folks and that is housing 5g antennaes

  • Anonymous

"The sensor pixel size is 0.96μm" Not correct, if it's a 1/1.3" type sensor. Samsung's 1/1.3" type sensor has an area of 69.5mm², this means that the pixel pitch would be 1.156 micrometer and the binned pixel size would be 2.31 micrometer