Huawei’s new smartphone has sparked interest in the technology world. The Chinese company Huawei may launch the Mate 40 series as a new smartphone on October 22. Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business, confirmed the matter on social media. Initially, the smartphone will be released in the Chinese market. Then it will come to the market of another country.
A total of three models of smartphones will come in the Mate 40 series. One will be Mate 40 and the other two will be Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro Plus. Information about the new smartphone has been leaked on various technology websites for quite some time. According to this information, the Mate 40 series will have a dual-hole punch selfie camera and a quad-camera setup on the back.
Yu announced on Chinese social media Weibo that the Mate 40 series will arrive in China on October 22. He also gave a poster there. The poster highlights the importance of the camera’s focus.
According to an NDTV report, Huawei’s flagship camera is known for its excellent camera. The company will also have this facility in the Mate 40 series.
Huawei’s phone has already received certification from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
Last month, information about Huawei’s new phone was leaked to Pricebaba and Onyx. It can have four camera setups arranged in a circle on the back of the phone. One of these may be the periscope sensor. A dual-edge curved display can be used in this smartphone.
According to a report on Android Mobile, technology lovers are waiting for the Mate 40 Pro feature. However, there is no Google app. In addition, it may be the latest phone based on the Kirin chipset. Huawei is unable to build its own processor due to US sanctions.
If the situation doesn’t change dramatically, the Mate 40 could be Huawei’s latest chip-based phone. Around the Mate 40 Pro, everyone will keep an eye on the interest of Huawei lovers.