Huawei P40 rumor: 120Hz display and gigantic 5500mAh battery

Huawei P40 could rock 5 cameras, 120Hz display, massive battery.

@anthony256
Published Mon, Dec 16 2019 10:25 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:45 AM CST

Huawei's next-gen P40 smartphoine could be a monster when it is released in 2020 according to the new rumors, especially if it does indeed sport a 120Hz display and gigantic 5500mAh battery.

Leaker Yash Raj Chaudhary teased some high-end specs for Huawei's new P40 smartphone, with predictions of a 6.5-inch 2K OLED 'Waterfall' display, 120Hz refresh rate, and a huge 64-megapixel rear-facing camera that is backed up by a 20MP ultra-wide camera, and 12MP telephoto lens that includes a macro lens and time-of-flight sensor.

Better yet, the rumors see Huawei using a 5500mAh battery which would hopefully provide ridiculously long battery life for the P40. Huawei will reportedly use graphene to keep the battery in the P40 to 70% the volume of lithium-based batteries, with the battery inside of Huawei's new P40 smartphone to fully charge in 45 minutes from its super-fast 50W charger.

Now remember, these are just rumors -- there's nothing concrete here. But if some of these rumors are true we could have quite a powerful 2020 smartphone in Huawei's new P40, which will compete against Samsung's next-gen Galaxy S11, Galaxy Note 11, and Galaxy Fold 2 smartphones.

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