Huawei has declared that it will disclose its next Mate series phones very soon. The launch date is set for 22 October and will commence at 14:00 CEST (13:00 BST).
As of now, that is all the official data we have about the Mate 40 launch. Huawei hasn’t affirmed at this point where we can watch the declaration or how it’s occurring, however given the trend for 2020, we anticipate it being a completely virtual event streamed on the web.
Bits of gossip have been chugging along delicately for the Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro for as far back as not many months, and – similar to the trend for the Mate series – it seems as if we will see some innovative technology made accessible on these products.
There has been a recommendation that it’ll be among the first wave of phones to present an invisible in-display selfie camera. Other leaked specs incorporate ‘waterfall’ 90Hz displays, Kirin 9000 processors, in addition to 3D facial recognition.
Obviously, it’s difficult to make reference to Huawei without giving some consideration to the continuous issues with the US trade ban, which has purportedly influenced the organizations gracefully of processors and that – except if the circumstance changes – this is the last phone series to incorporate the Kirin chipsets.
Design-wise, the early leaked renders demonstrated a gadget that has a huge circular projection on the back for the camera system, incorporated with a gadget which appears to be like the P40 range from the front.