Expectations for Huawei’s new Mate 40 are on the rise and fans are impatiently waiting for news about this high-end smartphone from the Chinese brand.
But now new renderings of the Huawei Mate 40 have been released online and show a little better how the design of this next bet might turn out to be.
New renderings of Huawei Mate 40 released
If you're interested in Huawei's next flagship, then there's more news namely in terms of design.
New renderings of the Mate 40 smartphone have now been made public and allow us to better understand how this big bet from the Chinese company could be.
As we can see from the images, the smartphone has a curved screen and very little space covered by tracks.
Proving what the renderings actually show, then Mate 40 will have almost all the space available for the screen.
There is also no integrated front camera, which means that in this field Huawei may come to surprise with another strategy.
At the top there is a normal headphone jack and, in general, this flagship appears to be a common smartphone like many others.
According to the latest information, the Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro will be close to starting on the assembly line. That is, at the outset, the equipment design will have been fully approved.
The Chinese versions should bring SoC Kirin, however for the remaining versions Huawei should integrate MediaTek processors in the devices.
It is suspected that this flagship may come with 66W fast charging technology. This is because according to the Chinese certification site 3C, a Huawei charger has been certified to charge at 66W (11V / 6A).
The new models of the Chinese brand are due to be launched in late September and Huawei is confident it hopes to sell 8 million units later this year.