Huawei Unveils its New Flagship Smartphones

Huawei Unveils its New Flagship Smartphones

Chinese vendor Huawei unveiled its latest flagship smartphones, the Mate 40 series. The devices are based on new Kirin 9000 chipset.

Mate 40 series comprises the standard, Pro and Pro+ models. They feature a 6.76-inch display, 4400mAh battery, four main cameras including a 50MP module, and a 13MP unit on the front. 40 Pro+ comes in black or white, with the other two available in black, white, silver, yellow and green. Mate 40 has 128GB memory and will cost €899; Pro €1,199 with 256GB; and Pro+ €1,399, also in 256GB guise.

“Each year the HUAWEI Mate Series brings the most exciting technology together into one stunning package. This is what defines the Mate Series DNA and is all made possible by our dedication to innovation. In the future, we will continue working closely with our partners to bring the Seamless AI Life experience to consumers all around the world,” said Richard Yu, Executive Director and CEO of Huawei Consumer BG.

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