Update, March 26: The have now officially been launched. .
MWC might have been canceled due to , but Chinese tech behemoth Huawei pressed ahead with its Barcelona event regardless on Monday. Along with a slew of products, Huawei used the keynote as an opportunity to announce its upcoming event in Paris on March 26, where it will announce the .
The flagship P40 series will serve as the successor to last year's P30 series, which blew us away with its impressive camera setup.
Just as with last year's Mate 30, the P40 won't have full Google support or access to the Google Play Store, due to sanctions against Huawei by the US government. ( ) Instead apps must be downloaded from Huawei's AppGallery, ahead of the launch of that Huawei is working on together with fellow Chinese companies, Xiaomi, Vivo and Oppo.
There's still plenty to get excited about in the meantime. Even though we are still a full month away from the event at this stage,about what we can expect to see from the P40 and P40 Pro. So far they include:
We'll be reporting live from the event in Paris, bringing you the news and our first impressions of the new phones.