Review Huawei Mate 40 – There are four smartphones that Huawei presents in this series, such as the Huawei Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro +, and Mate 40 RS Porsche Design.
this time Huawei has removed the notch design and replaced it with a punch hole. The Mate 40 packs a 6.5-inch OLED Flex cable that offers a resolution of 2376 x 1080 pixels along with DCI-P3 HDR.
It has a 68 degree curve that is a little less sharp when compared to its sibling, but we get a 90Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate that give the experience of playing games or doing anything on the screen smoothly.
The Huawei Mate 40 carries a Leica optics rear triple-camera setup which is packaged in a ring-like circular camera module complete with an LED flash.
The three cameras consist of a 50 megapixel main camera which is further paired with a 16 megapixel ultrawide camera and an 8 megapixel telephoto camera. There is also a 13 megapixel front-facing camera for taking selfies or video calls.
What is even more interesting in the regular version of the Mate 40 Series family is the Kirin 9000E processor as the kitchen spur, which Huawei also recently launched with the Kirin 9000, which is built on a 5nm process and has 15.3 billion transistors.
Just like the Kirin 9000, the Kirin 9000E chipset carries 1x Cortex-A77, 3x Cortex-A77, and 4x Cortex-A55 configurations and a Mali-G78 GPU. But the Mali-G78 GPU only has 22 cores.
Unlike the Kirin 9000 which carries 44 cores. There is also a dual-core NPU with 1x Big Core + 1 Tiny Core combined with ISP 6.0 and Balong 5000 to deliver 5G connectivity. To help the Kirin 9000E work optimally, the Mate 40 has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
Other specifications include dual SIM support, 2D face unlock, in-display fingerprint sensor, NFC, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, stereo speakers, audio jack, dual-frequency GPS and NavIC.