With the renders of Huawei’s new flagship have allegedly surfaced online, the news is now rife that the upcoming Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro would boast an even larger rear camera array than as compared to its predecessor Mate 30.
According to the leaks appeared on HandsetExpert that collaborated with tipster @OnLeaks to showcase you exclusive renders of Huawei’s Mate 40 upcoming flagship phone that will likely see the light of the day during this autumn.
These renders by HandsetExpert in partnership with @OnLeaks hints that the design of Huawei’s Mate 40 series is in line with the Mate 30 device that was launched last year. However, the major difference that caught the attention is a camera bump that has been placed on rear end and is large in size as against the Mate 30. The camera module comprises of triple camera system along with a sensor. Mind you! We are yet to find details of this triple camera system.
Furthermore, rumour mills have stated that Huawei Mate 40 series of smartphones could likely run on Android 10 along the company’s EMUI skin. However, not much details have been revealed at this time.
Meanwhile, Huawei has stated that the pandemic has reshaped how people live and work, and has dealt a heavy blow to the world economy. Fortunately, information and communications technology (ICT) offers a concrete set of tools to aid in the fight against COVID-19 on multiple fronts.
“As an ICT company, it’s our responsibility to use the technology we have to help contain and defeat this pandemic. Together with our partners and customers, including carriers and enterprises of all types, we can use technological solutions to effect a positive impact on our communities,” said Huawei’s Rotating Chairman Guo Ping.
By drawing on its experience in early hotspots, Huawei has developed nine scenario-based solutions that use ICT technology to help combat the pandemic. Whether it’s hospital network deployment, remote consultation, online education, or restarting governments and businesses, we’ve been sharing our experience and capabilities to help control the spread of the virus and reopen economies.
Moreover, there are already more than 90 million 5G users worldwide. As global 5G deployment begins to wrap up, Huawei needs to strengthen our focus on industry applications. This will help the tech company unleash the full potential of 5G.
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