Huawei is in a very difficult situation when it comes to launching future phones. However, he hopes to make waves in the industry with the new Mate 40.
Because of Donald Trump’s ambition, half the planet seems to have allied itself against the Chinese at Huawei. Still, there is no clear evidence of the espionage allegations that the White House leader accused, but the Chinese giant was forced to make its own online store, its own processors and change its screen suppliers. Currently, access to top processors is so aggressively restricted that the new Mate 40 is likely to be available in a limited edition.
Going over the background details, Huawei Mate 40 is scheduled for launch on October 22, in less than 10 days. In this context, the Chinese began to promote the device with a few teasers.
To get an idea of the gadget’s photo performance, the director of Huawei’s mobile division posted the photo below on the personal profile of Weibo, the Chinese Twitter. He Gang chose this image because Huawei was the first company to boast impressive zoom performance. Those skills have been illustrated in the past using photos of the moon, and 2020 could not be an exception to the rule. The difference, however, is that this time the image was captured during the day, instead of at night.
All in all, the Huawei Mate 40 promises to be a remarkable camera. As a reference, if it is only a little better than Huawei P40 Pro, it has great chances to become the absolute leader in the DxOMark ranking, the most important authority in this field.
Not many technical details are known about the future Mate 40, but it will probably have a 50 megapixel main camera and will be available in two variants, standard and Pro. A Huawei Mate 40 Porsche Design should also be launched, but this feature is relative.