Huawei Mate 40 Series is expected to be launched in the next month (October 2020). The Mate 40 Series will include three models Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, and Mate 40 Pro+. There is one more device to enter in the market called Mate 40 Lite which is said to be a rebranded version of Maimang 9.
The well-known Weibo tipster (DigitalChatStation) shared the promo image of the Mate 40 series battery and mentioned that the series is expected to support up to 66W wired charging.
To recall, In July this year, the Huawei phone charging adapter rated at 66W (11V/6A) has been certified by 3C. Now it seems this will be a part of the Mate 40 Series. At present, Huawei doesn’t have a smartphone that supports a 66W power rating but the 66W-rated charger also supports 40W output speeds (10V/4A). This means that the charger will be compatible with the current 40W SuperCharge smartphones from the company.
At HDC 2020, Huawei officially unveiled EMUI 11 which brings many art style themes and new AOD, and also introduces a more comprehensive “smart window”.
As far as the front camera concern, the dual selfie lens of the Mate 40 Pro model will include a Sony IMX588 camera and a ToF sensor Sony IMX516. It is also said that the Huawei Mate 40 series has a Sony IMX700 lens. This is the 50-megapixel sensor provided on the Honor 30 Pro+ flagship phone.
Previously leak renders revealed the Mate 40 Pro’s rear camera design-a circular camera module. According to reports, Mate 40 Pro will be equipped with a quad rear camera system, while Mate 40 will be equipped with a triple rear camera.
Huawei Mate 40 series may be equipped with the new Kirin 9000 series processors, of which the Mate 40 Pro is said to launch with a 6.4-inch dual-punch hole waterfall screen and a rear Leica quad camera. Recent reports suggest that Huawei stocks 10 million Kirin 9000 chips for it.