There has been news recently about Huawei’s extended ban on using Google Mobile Service (GMS) and is likely to face tougher restrictions. However, one of the technology giants from China continues to display its strength.
Reporting from Gizmochina (5/18). That power might appear on the Mate 40 series which is predicted to launch later this year with an extraordinary design.
Huawei has just launched its flagship smartphone on the market, the Huawei P40 series. From the launch timeline of previous years, the next series to be announced is the Mate 40 series.
Like its predecessor series, the Chinese company is predicted to launch the Mate 40 series towards the end of the year.
Although there is still no official information about this smartphone, images from the rendering of Mate 40 are also circulating on the internet. The rendering is not officially created by the company but is made by the TS Designer concept designer.
Quoted from page Gizchina, Sunday (05/24/2020), the rendering image shows the unique design of the Huawei Mate 40. It’s different from its predecessor.
From this picture, it looks Huawei pinned the configuration of five cameras with an additional screen on the rear body of Mate 40.
Comes with Five Cameras
As mentioned, Huawei Mate 40 will be equipped with five cameras. The four camera sensors and flash will be placed in one frame.
At the bottom, there is a camera with the label “100x” on the side of the lens. It is believed, this camera will carry a telephoto lens.
Of course, another feature that is highlighted on the rear body of this smartphone is the second screen next to the camera module.
The dual display on Huawei Mate 40
The rendering leak also shows that the upcoming flagship phone from Huawei will have a double screen design
From the rendering image, this secondary screen will display the time, remaining battery capacity, WiFi, alarm clock, and network signal.
Of course, in addition to the functions mentioned above the second screen of this smartphone will have other functions, such as the viewfinder, the timer, etc.
Keep in mind, this is still limited to rendering images. Because of this, it is very likely that the Mate 40 design will experience changes towards the launch date.