The new Huawei Mate 40 series was announced in a virtual event on Thursday 22nd and the device comes with some pretty decent features which makes it interesting and especially with the hardware part even though the device might not be a good buy for those outside of China due to it lacking the Google Mobile Service which means no Gmail, Play Store, GMaps and other vital Google applications all which had been substituted for the Huawei Mobile service so we have the Petal search, Huawei mobile assistant Celia which was introduced with the P40 series earlier this year.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro and the P40 Pro+ are both the high-end when it comes to the Mate series this year offering everything from a powerful camera system to improved security tweaks as well as the hardware components making room for more functionalities which aren’t available on other devices in the market yet.
5G network is also on all the Huawei Mate 40 series and best of all, it comes with the most anticipated Kirin 9000 chipset which make room for ultra fast performance which is something anyone would expect from a device such as the Mate 40 series.
The 4400mAh battery that comes with the Mate 40 Pro can be charged using a 66W ultra fast charger while the device’s wireless charger can charge at a blazing fast 50W fast charging which is pretty decent for a premium device of its degree.
If you’re interested in laying your hands on the new device then now is the perfect time to grab one either the high-end Mate 40 Pro with 512GB of internal storage which costs a whooping US$1,599.99 or the Mate 40 (non pro) which has the same high storage space of 128GB costing about US1,199.99 or you can opt for the base models by following the link below.
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