Huawei is all set to launch its new flagship the Mate 40 series. This upcoming series will come with 4 different models which are supposed to be – Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, Mate 40 RS Porche edition. This smartphone is expected to be released globally in the mid of October, whereas in China the phones will be available by the end of October.
Similar to its predecessors, this phone will not have Google Apps and services due to the US Trade ban. However, you can use Huawei’s App Gallery to download the apps. But, you cannot download Whatsapp or Facebook from the App Gallery, you will be redirected to another page to download those apps.
If the sources are to be believed, the Mate 40 could be powered by the Kirin 9000E chip, which is based on the 7nm process while the other models in the queue will be packed with Huawei Kirin 9000 SoC, which is expected to be made using 5nm chipset.
Due to the US trade ban, Huawei’s own Kirin chips that come underneath its top smartphones cannot be manufactured after 15 September 2020 the Huawei Mate 40 and the Mate 40 Pro will be the last devices to use Kirin Chipsets.
Some reports also say that there are currently 8 million Kirin 9000 SoCs available now and thus the Chinese Company may not come able to produce more units.
The device is expected to come with the Android 10 operating system with EMUI on top which comes with many advanced features.
In terms of storage, the earlier Mate 30 came with two variants of 6 or 8GB RAM and a 128GB of storage, while the Mate 30 Pro came with 8GB of RAM with 128GB or 256GB of storage. So, we may expect the Mate 40 to offer at least 8GB of RAM and the Mate 40 Pro the same, or maybe even higher such as 12GB.
Most of the flagship phone comes with a battery capacity greater than 4000 mAh, even up to 5000 mAh. We can also expect this phone to come with 4300mAh or 4600mAh or maybe even a 5000mAh battery capacities.
In terms of design, Mate 40 may possess a curved-edge display with a dual punch-hole camera in the top left and now you can also get to see the physical volume buttons on the side borders again, this makes it more convenient for users to use the device while the device will continue to provide virtual buttons.
Source:- IT Home