As mentioned previously, there’s one big caveat involved in purchasing Huawei new flagship handset, and that’s the lack of access to Google’s intricate software ecosystem meaning popular apps such as Google Maps and Chrome are no longer supported.
On the rear, there’s five snappers consisting of a 50MP Ultra Vision main cam, a 40MP ultra-wide offering with wide-angle lens and image stabilisation, a 3D depth-sensing lens and then two telephoto cameras, both of which sport an 8MP resolution and work together to offer a 10x optical zoom.
Thanks to the Trump administration’s decision to ban all US companies (including Google ) from developing software for Huawei devices, the Chinese company has been forced to make some major changes to the software experiences on its smartphones.
Huawei are also keen to tout its very own AppGallery, which comes preloaded on the device and features a nice selection of apps.
Yep, in true Huawei style, the P40 Pro Plus boasts an incredible seven-camera setup that’s pretty much unrivaled in the market right now, making it exceptionally difficult for people looking to buy a new smartphone to make a decision.