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Huawei P70 series launch date seemingly revealed


The Huawei P70 series launch date has seemingly been revealed. A leaked screenshot appeared, showing us one of the devices, presumably the ‘Art’ version, along with the date and time of the event.

This could be the launch date of the Huawei P70 series

You can check out that screenshot below. As you can see, it’s in Chinese, as this press event will take place in China. The Huawei P70 series is expected to arrive to global markets too, but only after the China launch.

Huawei P70 series alleged launch date

Having said that, the launch date highlighted here is April 2, and the time is 2:30 PM. That translates to 7:30 AM CET, 6:30 AM BST, 1:30 AM EST, in case you were wondering.

We’re expecting to see three variants of the phone, the Huawei P70, Huawei P70 Pro, and the Huawei P70 Art. Well, there is a chance that the Huawei P70 Pro+ will also launch, even though that did not happen last year (with the P60 series). The model you can see in the image above is likely the ‘Art’ variant, at least based on its backplate.

The Kirin 9000s will fuel these devices

If you take a closer look at the provided screenshot, you’ll notice that the Kirin 9000s is also mentioned here. That is Huawei’s very own SoC, which was made in collaboration with SMIC. It does support 5G connectivity.

Now, the specs of the Huawei P70 series did surface, but we’re not sure how accurate they are. All three/four smartphones are expected to utilize the Kirin 9000s chip. The Huawei P70 is said to include a 6.58-inch display, while the other models will have a 6.76-inch panel. All of them will be LTPO OLED displays.

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The ‘Pro+’ and ‘Art’ models are said to include a better main camera sensor

The Huawei P70 is expected to have a slightly smaller battery, and the same selfie camera as the other models (a 13-megapixel unit). The Huawei P70 Pro+ and P70 Art are said to have a more powerful main camera sensor (Sony’s IMX989 sensor), compared to the OmniVision OV50H (1/1.3-inch sensor) that will be included in the other two models. We’re talking about the main cameras here.

All devices are tipped to support 88W wired charging, and all models except the base one will support 80W wireless charging, allegedly. The base model is also said to offer wireless charging, but a 50W wireless charging.



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