While Huawei prepares to announce the Mate 40 Pro smartphone very soon, leaked renders have surfaced online of the new device, indicating a new design, along with some new information regarding the specifications of the new model.
As per reports, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro is said to feature a 6.76-inch OLED display and is expected to come with a screen resolution of 2772 x 1344. The renders also indicate that the screen is curved on its sides. The front-facing cameras of the Mate 40 Pro are placed in a pill-shaped cutoff on the top left side of the display. The most striking part found in the renders is the rear-facing camera module. The cameras are jammed around a circular module with the LEICA branding in the middle. Rumors indicate that the main camera features a 50MP image sensor with F1.9 as its aperture, along with support for optical image stabilization. The other cameras include a 20MP shooter with an aperture of F1.8 for ultra-wide shots and a telephoto shooter with a 12MP snapper and F3.4 as its aperture. And as for the front camera, the selfie snapper is said to pack a 13MP image sensor, and aided with a 3D ToF sensor.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro is also rumored to come powered with the 5nm Kirin 9000 SoC, featuring three Cortex A77 cores that are clocked at 2.54GHz speeds, along with one Cortex A77 that is clocked at a higher frequency of 3.13GHz, and four Cortex A55 cores running at 2.04 GHz. The smartphone will reportedly come in 8GB RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 based internal storage. However, it appears that the device won’t have a MicroSD card expansion. The Mate 40 Pro is said to run on Android 10 OS with EMUI 11 skin and Huawei Mobile Services.
The new chip that is made of TMSC’s 5nm fabrication is said to feature an integrated 5G modem. The device is also rumored to house a 4400 mAh battery and features support for 65W SuperCharge chargers. The smartphone is said to also feature Bluetooth 5.2 and WiFi 6. Huawei plans to announce the Mate 40 Pro smartphone on the 22nd of October, 2020.