Huawei‘s consumer products chief, Richard Yu, has announced that his company will unveil the flagship Huawei P40 series at the end of March of 2020, the usual date for every year to unveil the Huawei P40 series.
This announcement comes during an interview he gave to a French news site in Shenzhen Huawei-based Chinese Shenzhen.
Speaking of when to launch new phones, Richard Yu said that the next version will carry a new design for the first time ever.
Yu also indicated that the series will provide better camera capabilities with new improvements, as well as better capabilities in terms of the overall performance of the device. In addition to this, the President of Huawei has confirmed that the phones will bring with it the Android 10 operating system with the EMUI user interface and will not bring with it the Harmony operating system that it developed itself during the last period.
Another important thing in the Huawei event at the end of next March is that the company will launch a special service package similar to Google Play services. Which means that she is trying to dispense with Google services somewhat, in the event that her device is successful in the market, you will be able to bring developers to develop applications on its own store, allowing users to dispense with the Google Play store in some cases.
Usually, the company is launching two or three phones for the P series, but it is not yet known how many with the P40 version.