The popular Energy Ring app, which gives you a pretty ingenious and fun battery indicator around the so-called "punch-hole" camera cutout, was just updated with support for twelve new phones, including two technically unreleased ones. Additions include the Xiaomi Mi 10 and 10 Pro, Huawei Honor 20 and P40 Lite, and the Motorola Edge and Edge+ — those last two you can't even buy until May 14th, though we've confirmed the app does work.
Even though Huawei has been blocked from working with Google, the company is continuing to push forward with its Android smartphones. The P40 series was announced earlier this year, but at the time, only the P40 and P40+ models were available to purchase outside of China. Now the camera powerhouse that is the P40 Pro+ is coming to the rest of the world, but there's still no sign of the Play Store.
Only about a month after Huawei released the P40 Lite, the company is gearing up to launch the regular P40 and the P40 Pro on March 26 in an online-only event that was originally planned to take place in Paris. However, the manufacturer might not have too much left to reveal, as leaks have already spilled almost everything there is to know about the two phones.
While this year's MWC was canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus (now officially known as COVID-19) outbreak, this hasn't stopped the numerous companies that would have attended from announcing their upcoming products. Huawei, the Chinese manufacturer stuck in the middle of an ongoing trade war between the US and China, announced during a recent live-streamed presentation that it would hold an event on March 26th in Paris to officially unveil its P40 and P40 Pro smartphones.
The release of the Huawei P40 shouldn't be too far away, and as such, it's time for the leaks to get into full swing. Back in December, we got a vague look at what the new device may look like, but the dark render kept much of the phone hidden. Now, thanks to 91 Mobile, we may be looking at the P40 in all its glory.