There are only a few weeks to go before Huawei introduces the new Mate 40 line. Some rumors point to the launch of three models, however, the latest leaks have affected only two of them.
A trend that is repeated with the most recent information shared by Ross Young. With a past of assertiveness in his predictions, this screen specialist now reveals what to expect from the panels of the Huawei Mate 40.
Large screens and 90Hz refresh rate will be a reality in Mate 40
Starting with the base model (Huawei Mate 40), Young confirms that his panel will have a diagonal of 6.5 inches. The resolution will be at least Full-HD + accompanied by a refresh rate of 90Hz.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro will have a superior screen, with 6.78 inches and QHD + resolution. However, its refresh rate will remain at 90Hz. In fact, Young mentions that the transition to 120Hz will only happen next year.
In both models, we can have curved screens on the sides, but the Pro model will be even more curved thanks to its cascading panel. Something that the Chinese has already done in Mate 30, so it turns out not to be a surprise.
What to expect from Huawei Mate 40
Both Mate 40 are expected to use the same Kirin 1000 processor. This is expected to be Huawei’s last private label SoC as a result of the impediments the US government has placed on the company.
The cameras will continue to be the strength of the Chinese smartphone, obviously with the Pro model highlighted. This should include a 50MP main lens, 80MP wide angle, telescopic and ToF.
Regarding prices, rumors indicate that the Huawei Mate 40 Pro could start at 728 €. It is important to note that this figure is for China, so it should be slightly higher if it comes to Europe.
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