Huawei P40 Pro is the next important smartphone that the Huawei company will launch for customers around the world in the spring of this year, the launch event having already been confirmed by the Chinese for March. Based on what we know now, the Huawei P40 Pro will be presented at an event that will take place in Paris at the end of March, but unfortunately the future Chinese premium phone will not be worth buying by anyone.
The Huawei P40 Pro is not worth buying for one simple reason, the lack of Google applications and services, this being the big problem for the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, which has not yet been widely launched. The Huawei P40 Pro will not have applications and services from Google, the current context of relations between the US and China making this very clear, so by way of consequence, it will not be worth spending over 1000 euros on a phone that does not you will be able to use it properly.
Huawei P40 Pro: WHY you are making a MISTAKE if you are going to Buy it
Huawei P40 Pro will without question be a phone that will have very good technical specifications, a great camera, and various other interesting novelties, but despite these things, it will not be worth buying by customers. The Samsung GALAXY S20 Ultra will be a much better decision for Android fans, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max will be an equally good choice for those who are not tied to any platform, but the Huawei P40 Pro should not be considered consideration by someone.
Huawei P40 Pro will be the second premium Huawei phone to be affected by the sanctions that have been imposed by the US, and this will be the second time that the Chinese cannot do anything to fix the problem. Unfortunately for them, the Huawei P40 Pro will not have a triumphant global launch, as happened with last year's model, and now it is possible that in China there will not be as much sympathy for the products as last year its.
Huawei P40 Pro will be a phone that, from a hardware point of view, will be exceptional, but which, viewed as a whole, will not be able to offer customers outside of China, or Asia, the experience they expect.