Huawei’s next flagship is almost with us, and now we know what it’ll look like.
The next Huawei phones, the Mate 40 Series, seem certain to be the very last to feature the company’s cutting-edge Kirin processor. As such, it’s an important milestone for the company and it’ll be aiming high.
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As well as the processor, the latest leaks, as picked up by Huawei Central, give us a better idea of what it will look like. showing a phone with a large, lozenge-shaped holepunch camera cut-out in the screen and a waterfall display that tumbles down the sides of the phone.
Separately, many of the key specs have been revealed on the Telecommunication Equipment’s Network Access Managements’ site. Alongside the Mate 40, there will be the Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+ and Mate 40 RS Porsche Edition.
The Mate 40 Pro+ is likely to aim to match the P40 Pro+ with its utterly exceptional cameras and drop-dead-gorgeous design. The measurements of Mate 40 indicate that this phone will have a 6.5in display and be bigger than last year’s Mate 30. It’ll also have a big, 4,000mAh battery and (surprise, surprise) 5G connectivity.
But the latest leaks continue to claim that the display will be curved on the Mate 40 and really, really curved – a waterfall display – on the Mate 40 Pro. Other revelations include a tweet that describes the cameras on the Mate 40 Series.
A single front-facing camera is predicted, with four…
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