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Huawei Mate 40 Pro is the first Android phone with a 5nm chipset

The Kirin 9000 chipset promises up to 52% faster graphics performance compared to the Snapdragon 865+. What you need to know Huawei's Mate 40 series is now official. The Mate 40 series includes the Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, and Mate 40 RS Porsche Edition. The new phones will ship with Android 10-based EMUI 11 out of the box. Huawei today unveiled its latest flagship smartphones at a virtual launch event. The company's new Mate 40 series phones are big upgrades over their predecessors and are powered by what could be the company's last flagship mobile chipset. The new Mate 40 Pro features a 6.76-inch FHD+ flexible OLED "Horizon" display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch sampling rate. Unlike last year's Mate 30 Pro, however, you don't get a wide notch in the middle. Instead, the phone has a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout for the dual selfie cameras. Powering the latest Huawei flagship is the Kirin 9000, which is a 5nm chipset w

Huawei Mate 40 Pro specs leak in full ahead of October 22 launch

The Mate 40 RS will be the first phone to feature an octagonal camera module. What you need to know Press renders and key specs of Huawei's upcoming Mate 40 Pro have surfaced. The flagship phone will come with a Kirin 9000 chipset, 65W fast charging, and a 50MP camera with support for 8K video recording. Huawei Mate 40 series phones are going to be officially unveiled this Thursday. Huawei is set to unveil its flagship Mate 40 series phones at a virtual event on October 22 . Ahead of the launch event, nearly the complete specs sheet of the Mate 40 Pro has leaked online, along with official renders. In terms of design, the Mate 40 Pro will look quite different from its predecessor. While it will have the same dual-curved edges as its predecessor, the notch at the top has been replaced by a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout. The renders from WinFuture also show physical volume control buttons on the side, instead of touch-sensitive keys on the Mate 30 Pro