Its features include the power of quality video recording with its Cine ultravision camera and its own Kirin 9000 processor.
The Chinese telephony giant and the world’s leading cell phone manufacturer, Huawei, presented its new flagship on Thursday Mate 40 Series, a family with which you introduce a revolutionary processor with 5G connectivity and new features in its camera system aimed at enhancing the recording and sharing of quality video in real time.
Historically, Huawei has dedicated the most innovative technologies to its premium Mate Series range, which in recent years was the first to introduce a phone with a 7 nanometer Soc or a 5G Soc on the market.
This year, the company took a leap in quality with the Mate 40 Series, which consists of three models: Mate 40, 40 Pro and 40 Pro +.
It is a cell phone line that will not be available in the Argentine market, as happened with previous editions, since the Chinese brand decided dispense with the mobile business in the country to bet squarely on telecommunications and innovation around 5G.
In the same way that Samsung has in its Galaxy S20 or Apple with the iPhone 12 Pro, the Mate 40 Pro arrives to compete with the Kirin 9000 processor, the first 5-nanometer SoC with 5G connectivity, which improves power and efficiency compared to the Kirin 990 5G chip from Mate 30 Pro.
In this sense, the new Chinese cell phone improves the CPU by 30 and the GPU by 50 percent, according to the company. Altogether, it is one hundred percent faster than its Mate 30 Pro predecessor.
The company has also improved the SuperCharge charging system. The charging power was increased by 60 percent wired, and 85 percent wireless charging over the previous model. Specifically, Mate 40 Pro has a 4,400mAh battery (4,200mAh in Mate 40) and 60W SuperCharge system and 50W wireless charging.
The screen, for its part, maintains the Horizon design from Mate 30 Series, waterfall type and with 88 degree curvature, focused on the most immersive content.
The update in Mate 40 Pro supposes the presence of stereo speakers housed – horizontally – on the left and right of the screen, as well as physical buttons for volume control.
It is, in the new model, a 6.76 inch OLED screen (slightly larger than the Mate 30 Pro) with a resolution of 2,772 x 1,344 pixels and a 90Hz refresh rate.
In addition, the perforated camera in the screen, which eliminates the notches on the top and the frames, and extends the surface to reinforce the feeling of immersion. It has a fingerprint reader under the screen.
Mate 40, for its part, it reduces its size to 6.5 inches diagonally and offers a resolution of 2,376 x 1,080 pixels, with a 90Hz refresh rate and a Horizon screen with 68-degree curvature.
Huawei also updated the Mate 40 Pro camera. In this case, although it maintains the circular design of its predecessor, it debuts a design called Space Ring, inspired by a telescope.
The novelties in this element are focus on videoThanks to the UltraVision Cine camera and 5G connectivity, it allows you to record and share video with better quality in real time.
The camera system employs a Super Sensing Wide as the main 50 megapixel lens, which is accompanied by a 12 megapixel telephoto lens (5x with periscope and 7x with optical system) and the second generation of the introduced Cine Camera lens. in Mate 30 Series, in this case 20 megapixels.
The key feature for the company is XD Fusion HDR Video, which offers “excellent image performance” against backlight, allowing you to maintain the clarity of the background without losing detail or contrast, both day and night.