Huawei Mate 40 Pro Renderings
Huawei Mate 40 series flagship will be releasing in less than two months, and now the German media Windows United manufactured the Mate 40 Pro renderings in high-resolution. It is reported that these images are based on their collection of CAD files, bursts, and patent file information.
The Mate 40 Pro is created with a black, gold, grey, blue-green, and white rear shell, a 6.7-inch waterfall screen on the front; a capsule-shaped gouge on the upper left, and a circular quad-camera solution on the back, where one square lens should correspond to the periscope zoom head.
The camera technology on the Huawei Mate 40 Pro will be particularly impressive, with an “Oreo” quad-camera on the rear for wide-angle, zoom, macro, and portrait shots, and Huawei will once again be partnering with camera maker Leica.
It’s worth noting that unlike the Mate 30 Pro, the Mate 40 Pro reverts to a physical power button on the right side. At the bottom are the SIM slot, USB-C, and single-sided speaker, respectively, with no IR emitter or 3.5mm headphone jack visible around the body.
As for the configuration, according to previous reports, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro will feature a 6.78-inch OLED perforated display with a waterfall screen design, a Kirin 9000 processor, up to 16GB of internal memory and 512GB of storage space. The Mate 40 Pro, codenamed Noah, has quietly entered the net at the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, model NOH-AN00.
Kirin 9000 processor is using TSMC’s 5nm process, and it will also be the world’s first to launch a 5nm mobile chip manufacturer. TSMC is currently focusing all its efforts on producing 5nm-based Kirin cores to keep the Mate 40 series as much available as possible.