Huawei has already been selling their flagship P40 and P40 Pro since March, but nothing has been said about the highest version of the P40 series, the P40 Plus.
That ends this June 1st with the brand confirming that they will be releasing the P40 Plus for sale on that date.
The sale will begin with customers registering their interest, with the sale then commencing from June 6th in the Chinese market.
Global availability of the phone is expected to come by soon after that with Malaysia’s Huawei among those said to have already confirmed the arrival of the device at some point of time.
If you missed out on the specifications of the P40 Pro Plus, it’s key highlights is the powerful penta-cameras setup which consists of a 50 megapixels “UltraVision” RYYB sensor, 40 megapixels ultra-wide cine lens, and an 8 megapixels 3x periscope optical lens.
There’s also an 8 megapixels 10x periscope optical lens, as well as a ToF camera which completes the five cameras on the phone.
The P40 Pro Plus is priced at 7,988 Yuan (US$1,120) and 8,888 Yuan (US$1,245) respectively for its 8GB+256GB and 8GB+512GB models. That’s over RM4,800 after conversion.