Today, Thursday, Huawei announced – along with the four Mate 40 phones – a number of other accessories.
The Chinese company announced its new electronic pen (M-Pen 2) M-Pen 2, which will work with the new Mate 40 phones, in addition to the company’s tablet computers.
The M-Pen 2 supports 4,096 pressure levels, as well as support for tilt sensitivity. The pen’s battery lasts for about 40 days of moderate use, and for 10 hours of continuous use for writing and drawing. The pen charges wirelessly, and gets a usage time of 2 hours after just 5 minutes of charging. The pen will sell for 99 euros.
And Huawei announced a wireless charger for cars with a capacity of 50 watts, which is useful for those who buy new Mate 40 phones that support these speeds of charging. The charger comes in black and has a phone dock that fixes it in place while charging.
The new Huawei wireless charger comes with another 66-watt wired car charger, which is the speed supported by the new Mate 40 phones.
Huawei also launched a 12,000 mAh power bank with support for wired charging technology of 66 watts, which is suitable for work with the two new chargers.
And Huawei announced the new phone cover Ring Light Case Which comes with a light ring that can be used while shooting with the front camera. The new cover only supports the new Mate 40 Pro, and it charges wirelessly from the phone. The cover will be available at a price of 69 euros, and it will be available in three colors: black, white and silver.
This, Huawei announced today, Thursday, officially its two flagship smartphones (Mate 40 Pro), Mate 40 Pro, and (Mate 40 Pro Plus), Mate 40 Pro Plus, which offer many advanced specifications.
The two phones also feature the latest Huawei processor (Kirin 9000) Kirin 9000 made with 5 nm technology, in addition to a curved screen on both sides of the type of OLED measuring 6.76 inches and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, and support for fast charging technology of 50 watts.