The new Huawei P40 will be released in Paris on March 26.
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It’s official: Huawei will present its new Huawei P40 family on March 26 at a special event that will take place in Paris, confirmed the company’s chief executive, Richard Yu, during the official presentation of the Huawei Mate XS that took place via streaming on February 24. The new phones will be the substitutes for the P30s that were presented in March 2019, also in Paris. However, unlike the P30, the new Huawei phones will not have Google services, something that the company itself has recently confirmed. The reason is the veto that the US government has submitted to the Chinese giant since May 2019 and that prevents it from doing business with companies in the country.
In this way, the P40 Pro will be the first cell phones of this saga that will not have Google Play or any of Google’s services, the same thing that happened with the Mate 30 Pro and that will happen with the recently announced Mate XS, the second company folding phone. On the new phones there are reports that say they will have features such as a camera with 10x optical zoom, a 52 megapixel Sony camera sensor and 5G connectivity although for the moment there is nothing confirmed.CNET in Spanish will be in Paris next March 26 to bring you all the news about the devices that the company announced during its official event.
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