Here's how you can watch Huawei's P40 series launch

Huawei is all set to launch its newest series of flagship smartphones, the P40 series. Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus, this event is being held virtually, but that means that anyone can tune in. You'll be able to catch it at 1:00 PM GMT on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook on March 26.

Last year's P30 Pro set a new bar for low-light photography, with Huawei swapping out an RGB sensor for an RYYB lens. Rather than capturing green, it's capturing yellow, allowing for 40% more light to enter the sensor. In fact, even a year later, the P30 Pro can do better at low-light performance than most other phones can do with night mode turned on.

And the P-series is always about smartphone camera innovation. The P20 introduced the 40MP main sensor, the first seen in a mainstream device since the Nokia Lumia 1020. This offered new lossless zoom capabilities.

There were some leaked specs, although it's safe to say that Huawei has some surprises up its sleeve. You can check out the live stream below:

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