Huawei is going to launch its first phone after the ban pretty soon. The Mate 40 Pro is going to rock Huawei’s Kirin 9000 SoC, which, according to the firm is pretty much competitive.
Weighing around 212 grams, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro comes with a thickness of 9.3mm. On the front, you get a pill-shaped cutout on the display, which confirms the presence of dual-camera setup. However, reports says that there is going to be a 13MP camera, along with a 3D sensor to detect gestures.
The glass design looks somewhat like that of S9 plus, but with a pill-shaped camera hole. The display is going to have a 6.67-inch in height diagonally.
At the back, Huawei is packing a ring-shaped camera module inside Mate 40 Pro. There is a 50MP f/1.9 camera at the back, along with a 20MP ultra-wide and 12MP telephoto lens. You will also find laser autofocus, color temperature and flash light as well.
On the inside, you will get a Kirin 9000 SoC, which is also the last one after US banned trade with Chinese companies. This SoC, comes with Cortex-A55 at 2.54GHz, three Cortex-A77 at 2.54GHz, and the last core with Cortex-A77 with clock speed at 3.13GHz.
You can get variants up to 12GB of RAM, which is only meant for Chinese market, however, the international market will only get 8GB RAM at max. For storage, Huawei is packing 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage, however, you need to have Huawei NM card to expand the storage.
For battery, Huawei is packing a 4,500mAh battery inside, with the support for 65W fast-charging. This also includes NFC, Bluetooth 5.2 and WiFi 6.
Although coming with Android 11, there will be single Play Services in the device. Instead, you will get Huawei Services on board. The pricing will be around €1,100 in the European market.
In other leaks, there is also a mention for a Mate 40 Pro RS with an octagonal camera setup. There will be 5 camera sensors, along with the flash light. You will get a 50MP main sensor, 20MP ultra-wide, 8MP optical zoom and 8MP zoom at 10X. If it comes to Europe, it will cost around €2,500 in the market.
Source: Android Authority