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Huawei’s P series phones are built around photography – and in recent years, the company has set the bar pretty high for the competition.
The P20 Pro broke the mould in 2018 by becoming the first phone with a triple-lens camera system. And last year’s P30 Pro, with its quad-lens system, hands down had the best smartphone camera on the market.
And this year’s P40 line, which offers a variety of versions follows in this tradition. I tested the P40 Pro which is the high-end model — though a P40 Pro+ is also in the pipeline, which will have even better specs, especially with camera.
The basic setup of the P40 Pro’s rear camera system is similar to the P30 Pro’s as it has three Leica lenses of different focal lengths and a time-of-flight (3D depth-sensing) camera. But the P40 Pro’s lenses are higher resolution. They consist of a 50 MP wide-angle (23 mm) lens, a 40 MP ultra-wide-angle (18 mm) and a 12 MP telephoto (240 mm). (The front-facing camera is a dual-lens with a 32 MP selfie camera and a time-of-flight one.)
The P40 series uses a 1/1.28-inch sensor, which is the largest CMOS sensor Huawei has used on its phones. This larger sensor means the pixels can also be larger. The P40 Pro’s 50 MP sensor has a pixel size of 1.22 micrometres. It also uses pixel binning, that combines pixels into a larger “super pixel” to better collect light. These features combined lead to better, clearer pictures.
The P40 Pro’s telephoto lens has a 5X magnification and a 10X hybrid zoom (which combines digital and optical zooms) and 50X times digital zoom (which is, not surprisingly, super grainy). When there’s enough light available, the 10X zoom works quite well and the photos are almost as clear as ones taken using only the optical zoom. However, in lower light situations, hybrid zoom pics aren’t quite as sharp — but are still good. And they are a touch clearer than photos taken the same way with the P30 Pro. (The P40 Pro+ will likely fare even better as it has five lenses on the rear camera, making it capable of a 10X optical zoom, 20X hybrid zoom and 100X digital zoom.)
The images and crisp and rich in colour. The main camera also has an impressive night photography mode and can shoot 4K video at 60 fps.
The P40 Pro is a powerful device. It uses the Huawei Kirin 990 5G CPU, which is an octa-core processor, with its fastest cores running up to 2.86 GHz. It has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.
While the rear camera leaves a bit of a bulge on the back of the 209 g device, the 158.2 mm x 72.6 mm x 8.95 mm phone is easy to grip and feels sturdy in the hand. It features a beautiful 6.58-inch OLED display (2,640 x 1,200 pixels). Videos, games and other media look great. The phone’s internal speakers also do a fairly good job.
The phone can also be paired quite well to Huawei’s wireless earphones FreeBuds 3 — the company’s answer to Apple’s AirPods. Featuring high-quality noise cancellation, FreeBuds 3 offer good, clear audio and the Bluetooth connection was strong enough that I could still listen to music while I walked around my condo.
Overall, the P40 Pro is a quick, responsive device and a great all-round choice for your next phone but there is one small caveat.
Due to Donald Trump’s blacklisting of the Chinese-based company last year, it could no longer do business with U.S. companies. Huawei has been mostly fine on the hardware side, by building many of the components itself, the ban also cuts the company off from Google’s mobile services.
As a result, Huawei could no longer use Google’s official version of Android for its phones — but it still had access to the open-source version of the OS. So Huawei built EMUI 10.1, which is based on Android 10 but Google apps, such as Gmail (although you can access it through the built-in mail client), YouTube and, most importantly, the Play Store, aren’t included.
At first, it seems like a major hurdle but the company has chosen to build its own ecosystem, starting with own app store — Huawei AppGallery. While it’s not nearly as large as the Google Play Store, AppGallery has roughly 400 million active monthly users and is adding around 5,000 new apps a week.
Some of its popular apps include Snapchat, Microsoft Office and TikTok. Granted, other big apps, such as Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Tinder, are noticeably absent from the store. But that will likely change over time. AppGallery sometimes offers alternatives if your favourite apps aren’t there.
And, of course, for any apps that have web versions, you can just use a mobile browser. There are other workarounds, as well.
Huawei’s Phone Clone software lets you transfer your data from your old phone to your new phone, including your apps – even if they’re not available in AppGallery. And while the transfer won’t be perfect, it should give you most of the apps from your previous phone.
Another solution is MoreApps, available in the Huawei AppGallery. It lets you search the web for your missing apps. You can also do this search with a mobile browser – but MoreApps’s interface mimics an app store so it is more user-friendly. Alternatively, you can manually install a third-party Android store, such as the Amazon Appstore. (I did try installing the Google Play Store but couldn’t get it to load.)
Through these options, you should be able to find most of your missing apps. You can even get some Google apps to work, such as Google Maps, Chrome and the Android TV version of YouTube.
The P40 series is expected to be released in mid-summer.
EMUI 10.1 (based on Android 10)
Dimensions and weight
158.2 mm x 72.6 mm x 8.95 mm; 209 g
6.58-inch (2,640 x 1,200) OLED display, up to 90 Hz frame refresh rate
HUAWEI Kirin 990 5G
2 x Cortex-A76 Based 2.86 GHz + 2 x Cortex-A76 Based 2.36 GHz + 4 x Cortex-A55 1.95 GHz
Storage and memory
256 GB ROM; 8 GB of RAM
50 MP Ultra Vision Camera (wide angle, f/1.9 aperture, OIS)
40 MP Cine Camera (ultra-wide angle, f/1.8 aperture)
12 MP SuperSensing Telephoto Camera (f/3.4 aperture, OIS)
3D Depth Sensing Camera
32 MP Selfie Camera (f/2.2 aperture)
3D Depth Sensing Camera
Sensors and other features
Ambient light sensor
Colour temperature sensor
Dust/water/splash resistant (IP68 rating)
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