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Huawei cancels March 26 Paris event amid COVID-19 scare, will launch P40 online instead

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Amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) scare, Huawei has decided to cancel its March 26 Paris, France event where the company will launch the P40 series. Instead, the flagship smartphones will be unveiled online.
Huawei cancels March 26 Paris event amid COVID-19 scare, will launch P40 online instead
An alleged render of the P40 Pro Premium Edition

Huawei cancels March 26 Paris event amid COVID-19 scare, will launch P40 online instead

To recall, the company also held virtual and regional events in February to launch the Huawei Mate Xs foldable smartphone and other devices because of the MWC 2020 Barcelona, Spain tech show.

This is the company's resolve to keep the media and its employees from the killer disease.

Still, on March 26, Huawei is expected to reveal the P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Premium Edition. Those devices are the possible follow-up to the P30 and P30 Pro last year.

Based on early leaks, the devices are Huawei's answer to Samsung's Galaxy S20 line. One of those phones could be featuring the Leica co-engineered 52MP penta-camera system with 16-in-1 pixel binning for super low light shots and up to 10x optical zoom with the help of the periscope sensor.


Reliable leaker Teme said that it might also come with the 40MP ultra-wide Cine camera and 3D ToF sensor.


Quite exciting right? We'll keep you guys updated. Stay safe everyone!
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