Huawei P40 Pro is expected to go official alongside the P40 in March this year. As the date draws nearer, we expect more details and leaks to emerge. The design has also featured in several renders. A couple of renders and TPU casing have now appeared online. We must note that the new renders are consistent with what we had seen previously.
The render was shared by Ben Geskin on his Twitter handle and isn’t really an official one but based on “his vision”. The render shows both the front and rear design. The display houses a single punch-hole design nested at the top left corner. The leaked renders accompanying the TPU cases said to have been listed by a retailer on Alibaba also shows the front design of the P40 Pro. The most prominent difference is the presence of a dual punch-hole. Earlier renders also shows the P40 Pro will have a dual selfie camera setup. The renders also highlight a curved-edge design for the P40 Pro.
The rear design has already been confirmed to include a rectangular camera module which now seems to be a growing trend. The design, as spotted on the leaked render and ones accompanying the TPU case, includes a wide rectangular cut out to project the rear camera. The TPU case is similar to that of the P40 which leaked recentlycamera configuration. The P40 Pro is reported to feature a quad-camera setup which is one sensor more than that of the P30. The edges of the casing around the camera protrudes and that is because the camera housing will have a protrusion from the rest of the glass body.
The casing also gives us a view of the edges confirming the presence of a USB Type-C port at the bottom of the Huawei P40 Pro along with a speaker grill on the right. The device is said to have a SIM tray on the left but we can’t make that out from the render.
Further, the P40 will have its power button and volume rocker are on the right side of the metal frame. Unfortunately, the P40 Pro also ditches the audio jack just like the P40.