The world’s 2nd largest giant is currently in crisis massively and doesn’t seem to get out with ease. And a plethora of users worldwide abandon its devices due to a lack of Google services that are mandatory for different apps to function properly. However, in this current situation, Huawei has maintained its position in the world of smartphones and kept launching devices one after another from mid-range to super-fancy and flagship range. The gorgeously designed Huawei Mate 40 in Australia is ready to hit shelves alongside its siblings named Mate 40 Pro, Pro+ and 40 RS Porsche Design.
A number of key highlights of Mate 40 are related to its Curved 6.5” OLED Display, Kirin 9000E 5G Chipset, Triple Rear Camera, 8GB of RAM, In-display Optical Fingerprint Scanner and 4200mAh Non-removable battery. What else does it offer on paper? Let’s have a look below!
6.5-inches OLED Display
All flagship devices launched by Huawei every year carry the most exquisite and punchy OLED display, which attracts the attention of a plethora of customers with immediate effects. And interestingly, this year’s Huawei Mate 40 is no different as it’s equipped with the vivid and bright enough 6.5-inches display which is based on OLED Technology alongside a maximum resolution of 1080 x 2376 pixels. It has a pixel density of 402 PPI and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The phone doesn’t comprise any notch on the top – instead, it has a small punch-hole on the top left corner to house a front-facing camera.
Triple Camera and Kirin 9000E 5G Chipset
Rear camera configuration is a jewel in a crown – especially for all available Huawei smartphones, and a trio-camera on the back of Huawei Mate 40 delivers excellent results as well. The configuration consists of a 50MP primary camera, partnered with 8MP and 16MP other sensors to take your photography to the next level. The front, on the other hand, is covered with a single 13MP that assist you in video calls and selfies. The rear camera can allow you to record 4K videos at 30fps, and importantly, it has all the mandatory and basic features one would need.
Digging down inside Mate 40, it’s powered with Huawei’s own super-powerful Kirin 9000E 5G chipset which is paired with 8GB of RAM and Mali-G78 MP22 GPU to offer customers smooth and glitch-free performance throughout the day. The phone, however, will arrive in two different variants when it comes to its onboard memory. You’ll have the option either to choose 128GB or 256GB variant.
Battery & Others
Huawei has been shining worldwide with its flagship devices that come with the biggest batteries to take you throughout the day with ease. Moreover, the biggest batteries are the actual selling point of many smartphone devices. The Mate 40 is equipped with 4200mAh battery which seems to be enough to perform mixed activities and still get up to 30% juice in the tank before you go to bed. And if you run out of battery, its 40W fast charging feature has got you covered.
Besides, it’s equipped with an on-display fingerprint scanner as well as all other basic sensors you need to run this phone smoothly. It’s running on Android 10 EMUI 11 but note that you won’t get access to Google Play Store officially. Still, you will be able to get access to your favourite applications easily. A bunch of connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11. Bluetooth 5.2, Type C Port, 3.5mm headphone jack and more. The colour options you can pick it from including Yellow, Green, Black, White and Mystic Silver.
Release Date & Price
Huawei made an announcement to launch its Mate series of 2020 back in October 22nd 2020 but didn’t happen. Now, rumours have confirmed that Huawei Mate 40 release date in Australia will be somewhere in November and before December 2020, it’ll be available across Australia to buy with ease.
Well, if you’re in a hurry, you can pre-order this phone with immediate effects but it completely unknown when will you be able to buy other models such as Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+ and 40 RS Porsche Design.
Very much like its official release date, exact Huawei Mate 40 Price in Australia isn’t confirmed for now but based on sources, it’s likely to set users back approx. AU$1500 whereas its Pro variant will come at AU$2330. As far as Mate 40 RS Porsche Design is concerned, it’s expected to go for a whopping AU$3820. As soon as Huawei official launch its Mate-series in Australia, we’ll have them here on this single page for you to compare prices and buy one at the lowest possible rates.