Huawei’s Mate40 series has finally been confirmed: it supports 50W wireless charging and has a Mate40E Pro.
The launch of Huawei Mate40 series has already entered the countdown. There will be five models of Huawei Mate40 Series.
It is known that there are four versions of Huawei Mate40 series, namely the so-called medium, grande, Venti and Porsche, and the real machine and packaging of the Venti have all appeared.
The hardware configuration of Huawei Mate40 Pro+ is the same as that of large-cup Huawei Mate40 Pro. It USES a 6.76-inch 2772×1344 resolution dual-hole flexible waterfall screen, supports 90Hz refresh rate, carries Kirin 9000 processor, has a built-in 4500mAh battery, and supports 66W wired +50W fast charging.The front is a 12-megapixel selfie camera + infrared +ToF 3-camera combination, and the rear is a 50-megapixel main camera +64 megapixel ultra wide-angle +12 megapixel subpotential telephoto +8 megapixel subpotential telephoto +ToF 5-camera combination.
The venti’s modules are concentric circles, but there are so many cameras that they look more like everyday bearings.
The Huawei Mate40 Pro is one less, and the Huawei Mate40 Porsche has the most expensive design and as many as six cameras.
The 66W fast charging has already been exposed, while the 50W wireless charging has been confirmed for the first time.Huawei P40 Pro+ is the first Huawei mobile phone to support 40W wireless fast charge. Originally, it only had 40W wireless fast charge this year, but it did not expect to see 50W wireless fast charge in the second half of the year.
Currently, the only phone that supports a 50W wireless fast charge is the Mi 10 Grand, and while Xiaomi also showed off an 80W wireless charge, a phone with an 80W wireless fast charge won’t be released until early next year.Huawei’s 50W wireless fast charge is still among the strongest in the world.But not all Mate40 phones will support a 50W fast wireless charge.As you can see from the camera, the standard version USES a 27W wireless charge, the grande Mate40 Pro USES a 40W wireless charge, and only the Venti and Porsche can get a 50W wireless charge.
After huawei Mate40 E Pro comes into the market, Huawei Mate30 Pro will gradually stop selling, and now we are really buying one less one.
Huawei Mate40 E Pro is not the cheapest among the five phones released, but huawei Mate40 Pro is. In order not to affect the sales of Mate40 E Pro, the standard version has to be delayed. The first sales of the Mate40 E Pro are only four versions, namely Mate40 E Pro, Grande, Venti and Porsche.
Which one are you going to buy?