Huawei has recently launched the Mate 40 Pro 4G version and Mate X2 4G version on its official website. Except that it does not support 5G, the rest of the configuration is the same as the 5G version. Both models show that they are equipped with Kirin 9000 chips.
Now, according to Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station, Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G version is cleared TENAA listing and the hardware specs are basically the same as the 5G version. The processor is still Kirin 9000. Due to restrictions, it does not support 5G. The system is replaced with the self-developed HarmonyOS 2.0. It should be Huawei’s first mobile phone with Hongmeng OS pre-installed.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro is equipped with Kirin 9000 chip, uses a 6.76-inch 68-degree curved screen, supports 3D face recognition, fingerprint unlocking under the screen, dual front cameras, rear 50 MP main camera, 20 MP ultra-wide-angle, 12 MP 5X periscope lens, can achieve 7x optical zoom.