Huawei is all set to be launching the company’s next-generation’s Mate 40 series flagship phones on October 22nd next week.
Now, ahead of its actual unveiling, the official renders of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro had allegedly been leaked – revealing the front and rear design of the device in entirety.
Based on the renders published, the Mate 40 Pro will arrive with a curved display at the front which features a pill-shaped cutout on the top-left corner that will be housing a pair of camera sensors including a 13 megapixels (f/2.4 aperture) selfie camera accompanied by a 3D sensor.
At the back, it has a circular camera module that flaunts a triple camera system consisting of a 50 megapixels (f/1.9 aperture) primary shooter with OIS, 20 megapixels (f/1.8 aperture) ultra-wide lens, as well as a 12 megapixels (f/3.4 aperture) telephoto camera.
Under the hood, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro had already been confirmed to be driven by the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 chipset which is expected to boast higher performance than the recent Snapdragon 865+ SoC designed by Qualcomm.
The Kirin 9000 chipset however, is likely to be the last flagship chip designed by Huawei’s HiSilicon due to the recent trade ban which prohibits TSMC from manufacturing mobile chipset for Huawei.
In the battery department, the Mate 40 Pro is fitted with a huge 4,400mAh battery which will carry support for Huawei’s latest 65W SuperCharge technology capable of delivering a full charge under an hour. This is also another significant over its predecessor which current supports only up to 40W fast-charging.
Besides the Mate 40 Pro, Huawei is also expected to launch a higher-end model known as the Mate 40 Pro+, as well as an ultra-premium model dubbed as the Mate 40 RS.