October was shaping up to be the most likely month for the presentation of the next flagships of Huawei and it has finally been confirmed that this will be the case. Huawei will announce the Mate 40 Series on October 22 at an event that, like all of the competition, will be broadcast via streaming and it will be totally digital. That is, without the presence of the public.
Like every year, from the East, we expect great things from Huawei’s premium cell phones launched during the second half of each year. For years the Mate have redefined the hierarchy of phones in the highest hierarchy and this year, in addition to trying to compete in the big leagues, the Mate 40 will be saying goodbye to the Kirin processors.
Details of the presentation of the Huawei Mate 40
Huawei has yet to announce its new premium processor, the rumored Kirin 9000, but this would be the last high-performance SoC the Chinese manufacturer has designed for its own. flagships. After the termination of their relationship with TSMC, the high-end Kirin will have to leave other factories. Until then, Huawei says goodbye to them.
The Mate 40 Series is believed to be comprised of at least three devices: a standard Huawei Mate 40, a Huawei Mate 40 Pro, and a Huawei Mate 40 Pro +. The names could vary, especially the one of the most powerful of them all, since the name Huawei Mate 40 Ultra has also been considered.
The fact is that Huawei will announce the Mate 40 Series on October 22, just over a week after Apple will seek to make history with its iPhone 12 in the West. Usually these two smartphones go head-to-head to compete around the world alongside Samsung’s Galaxy Note, but this year Huawei will have to limit the distribution of its new flagship phones.