The Huawei Mate 40 are getting closer and closer and the rumors and leaks that concern them are increasing. However, this time we have an official data from one of the biggest representatives of the Chinese company.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s mobile department, shared on the Chinese Weibo network that Mate 40 will be presented in September. Unfortunately, it is not yet that we know which day it will happen.
Judging by the past few years, it is possible that the Huawei Mate 40 will be revealed in the middle of the month. But for now, this is just speculation and we have to wait for the date to be confirmed.
Huawei Mate 40 will debut a new flagship Kirin processor
Another of the confirmations that Richard Yu made was the processor that will equip the Huawei Mate 40. Not surprisingly, the executive confirmed that these models will feature the latest and best processor ever developed by the company.
The executive made a few more comments about the company’s next top of the range. According to him, the Huawei Mate 40 will feature a new design, better performance, better 5G connectivity, better battery and fast charging.
With regard to design, the latest renders reveal inspirations for the Huawei P40. This is especially noticeable on the front, with a screen now counting on a punch hole instead of the controversial notch. At the rear we see the same round module for your cameras.
Looking at specifications, Mate 40 should be formidable equipment. Your new SoC Kirin should offer impeccable performance, your cameras will certainly be of great quality, as well as the rest of the components.
Huawei was the company that sold more equipment in the second quarter of the year
This feat recently achieved by Huawei could not have been ignored by its top manager. In the same publication, Richard Yu recalled the technology’s performance between March and May this year.
Yu pointed out that despite the problems Huawei currently faces, it has managed to climb to the top spot in smartphone sales. Something boosted by sales in China, a market that recovered earlier from the effects of the pandemic than the rest of the world.
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