Technology Watch Huawei's P40 launch event right here at 9AM ET

22:05  26 march  2020
22:05  26 march  2020 Source:   engadget.com

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Huawei's P40 series launch event starts today at 9AM ET. You can watch the livestream below or follow along as we write about the proceedings. Be sure to check the website afterward as well, as we'll have all the biggest highlights.

  Watch Huawei's P40 launch event right here at 9AM ET

Thanks to the usual assortment of pre-release leaks, we have a pretty good idea of what's coming at us. We expect the company to announce the P40 and P40 Pro. We may also see an ultra-premium version of the phone that Huawei could position as its answer to the S20 Ultra. The company may also spend some time detailing an app it created to direct people to websites where they can sideload Play Store apps on their Huawei devices. Of course, there are likely to be a few surprises as well.

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How to watch the Huawei P40 Pro launch event livestream .
Due to coronavirus restrictions, the launch will be livestreamed on YouTube.The launch event was due to take place in Paris, but due to restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, this has sensibly been pared back to an online-only event. Huawei's previous phones have had a real focus on photography and it looks like the P40 will be no exception.

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