Huawei Mate 40 Smartphone With High End Specifications

The Huawei Mate 40 for the Huawei Mate 40 range is a line of high-end Android-based phablets developed by Huawei for the White Mate series. They were released at Huawei’s online global launch event on October 22, 2020

Huawei Mate 40 Design

The Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro are built with anodized aluminum frame and gorilla glass or synthetic leather backing. The Mate 40 Pro + uses ceramic for both frame and back. The notch of the Mate 30 series has been replaced by a cutout in the upper left hand corner.

The Mate 40 has a circular cutout for the front-facing camera; The Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro + have a larger tablet-shaped cutout, which accommodates an infrared facial recognition system. On the Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro +, the screen is dramatically curved like the Mate 30 Pro.

But there is a physical volume button. Unlike the P40 series, the Mate 40 series uses a traditional earpiece speaker instead of an “electromagnetic levitation” speaker that vibrates the top of the phone’s screen; There is an IR blaster on the top edge.

The rear camera setup of the three main phones is housed in a separate ring shape, called the Space Ring Camera System, which Huawei says is “a window to explore the world.” [Ring] The Space Ring camera system is similar to its predecessor, the Mate 30.

The center of the ring is glass and color like the rest of the rear, and the camera and dual flash are arranged within the ring, with the flash on top on all models.

The Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro are available in Mystic Silver, White and Black (glass), and Green and Yellow (synthetic leather). The Mate 40 Pro + is available in Ceramic White or Ceramic Black. Additionally, all Mate 40 models have an IP68 rating.


The Mate 40 series is powered by the Kirin 9000 and Kirin 9000E. HiSilicon’s first SoC, based on 5 nm + FinFET (EUV) technology. The Kir60 9000E is used in the Mate 40, with fewer GPU and NPU cores.

Both system-on-chips allow for standard 5G connectivity. Although only “sub-6” is available, meaning the Mate 40 series is not compatible with ultra-fast millimeter wave (mmwave) networks.


All models of the Mate 40 have an OLED Horizon display with curved glass on either side of the display, which rotates 68 °. Around the edge on the mate and 88 ° around the edge on the others. Collectively, the phone has a 90Hz display with a 240Hz touch sampling rate.

The Mate 40 features a 6.5-inch (170 mm) display with 1080 × 2376 resolution, ~ 402 ppi density and ~ 89.3% screen-to-body ratio. Both the Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro + have 6.76, ~ 456 PPI, 18.5: 9 aspect ratio and ~ 94.1% screen-to-body ratio in 1344 × 2772 resolution (172 mm).


The Mate 40 has a 4,200 mAh lithium polymer battery, while all other models had a 4,400 mAh battery. The Mate 40 supports 40 W fast charging, while the other 66 W supports fast charging. Others also support 50W wireless charging and 5W reverse wireless charging.


All three phone models have different amounts of UFS 3.1 storage. The Mate 40 has 2 storage configurations, 128 or 256 GB, both with 8 GB RAM. The Mate 40 Pro has 256 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM. While the Mate 40 Pro + has 256 as well as 12 GB of RAM. Mate 40 RS Porsche design has the most storage and RAM with 512 GB and 12 GB respectively.  All of the model’s storage can be expanded via Huawei-owned nano memory, which is up to 256 GB in addition to internal storage.


The Huawei Mate 40 Series features Leica optics with cameras similar to the P40. The Mate 40 has a total of 4 cameras: 50 MP f / 1.9 wide main camera, 8 MP f / 2.4 telephoto camera, 16 MP f / 2.2 ultraviolet camera, and TOF depth sensor.

The Mate 40 Pro has a similar quad-camera setup, arranged in a similar manner. The setup features a 50 MP f / 1.9 wide main camera, similar to the Mate 40, a high resolution 12 MP f / 3.4 periscope telephoto and a high resolution 20 MP ultraviolet camera. It also includes a similar TOF depth sensor.

The Mate 40 Pro + has a Penta-camera setup, meaning that it has 5 separate rear cameras. It is 50 MP f / 1.9 wide, like two lower-end models, a 12 MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens, 8 MP f / 4.4 periscope telephoto lens, capable of up to 10x optical zoom, 20 MP f / 2.4 ultraviolet and TOF depth Sensors, similar to others.

The luxury model, the Mate 40RS Porsche Design. Has the same Penta-camera setup as the Mate Pro +, but lacks a space ring. Instead opting for a large, octagonal protrusion without an opening in the center.

All the main cameras of the phone are capable of video up to 60 frames per second (fps) up to 4K resolution. The main sensors are also equipped with laser autofocus. The Mate 40 and 40 Pro can shoot at up to 3840 fps while the Mate 40 Pro + only goes up to 240 fps.


The Mate 40 series comes with Android 10 and Huawei’s software overlay, EMUI 11. Due to US restrictions, no Google app, including the Google Play Store. Can be preloaded or downloaded to any Mate 40 phone. are eligible. [1ate] Support of Mate 40 series The Huawei mobile service uses Huawei AppGallery as its main app store.

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