Huawei Has No-Notch Curved Display, A Bigger Circular Camera Bump, And Much More for Mate 40 And Mate 40 Pro
It is being speculated that Huawei will unveil its next flagships in the fall this year (October). The successors of Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro – Mate 40 and Mate Pro show a huge difference when it comes to the rear and front camera along with display according to the latest leaks. The notch in the top center of the screen is now vanished and replaced with the pill-shaped display hole setup containing two front-facing cameras but at the left corner of the screen. The latest leaks show that the upcoming smartphones are way much promising than other cheap Huawei smartphones. Here, we have explained how Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro may look like.
Huawei Mate 40
The predecessors of these devices, who got huge praise with the Pro model, were sued in some parts of the world but the first Huawei flagships without Google services, still showed a fairly wide notch at the front, due to the Pro model the 3D sensors for face recognition are even wider. Both Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro now replace the notch with a very elongated, pill-shaped punch hole in which two cameras and a sensor can be seen in the middle. It is currently not known whether only the infrared transmitter of the P40 Pro is integrated here, or whether at least the Pro model has more 3D sensors.
The smaller Mate 40 offers a 6.4-inch display that is slightly curved to the side, but by no means shows any waterfall curves, as was rumored previously. The dimensions of the chassis are 158.6 x 72.5 x 8.9 mm (10.4 mm with camera hump), there are two holes on the top, presumably for microphones, additional sensors, or IR control. On the back, there is the circular camera housing again, but this time with a larger camera projection, three cameras, and another sensor as well as an LED flash at the top left side.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro
The Mate 40 Pro has a very similar design in principle, although there are differences in the details. Here, as with the Mate 30 Pro, there is actually a Horizon display that is strongly curved to the side, but also here not curved by more than 90 degrees, as rumored previously. A power key is placed at the side and the physical volume adjuster is celebrating its return. Last year, when it came to volume control, Huawei only relied on a soft controller, which was highly criticized. In the render blenders, it looks as if the buttons are sunk into the chassis a little on the underside, which looks quite good.
The display of the Mate 40 Pro should measure around 6.7 inches diagonally and again integrate a fingerprint sensor (the Mate 40 is probably the same). Here, too, there are sensors on the top, probably also an IR blaster underneath. In addition to the triple cam, the camera unit, which is also circular and more elevated, has a periscope telephoto camera as in the P40 Pro. The body of the Mate 40 Pro should measure 162.8 x 75.5 x 9 mm, with the camera bump also again 10.4 mm.