Chinese giant Huawei is now gearing up to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone — Huawei Mate40 series. Now, ahead of the phone going official, the design of the Mate40 Pro’s camera module has been leaked online.
The image of the upcoming Huawei Mate40 Pro’s camera module has been posted on Weibo, which showcases four camera sensors placed in a circular module while a rectangular element in the middle seems like an LED flash.
There’s a possibility that the phone may be equipped with a triple-camera setup and not a quad-camera setup given that while there are four camera positions in the image, only three on them have diaphragms. This indicates that the fourth element could be for some other type of sensor, like laser focus.
In related news, tempered glass for the protection of Huawei Mate40 series smartphones has also leaked online. From the leaked image, it seems that the series will come with a curved screen for a better screen-to-body ratio.
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Recently, the company’s executive revealed that the Mate40 series could be the last from the company to come powered by the high-end Kirin series chipset as the company will stop making the flagship processors on 15th September after the new U.S. sanctions.
Another report has revealed that the Huawei Mate40 is expected to run the EMUI 10.X version while the Pro model could be the first smartphone from the company to be running the latest EMUI 11, which the company has been working on for quite some time.
The Huawei Mate40 series is expected to come in four models and the Mate40 Pro is reportedly codenamed “Noah”. While nothing much about these upcoming devices is known at this time, the phones are expected to go official next month.
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