Mobile Phones: mate 40
News & Reviews: mate 40
Posted: Nov 25, 2020
It seems that the Huawei Mate 40 series may have been spotted on SIRIM, hinting that the smartphone could most likely be unveiled somewhere around December 2020. While not much is known in regards to the exact release date, we can expect the smartphone to be priced much lower than 1199 Euros (~RM5880) on the European market.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #30 - Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 for Work and Play, Samsung AI Forum 2020, Samsung TV, Huawei Mate40 Series sold-out, Lenovo EdVision and morePosted: Nov 17, 2020
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #30 - Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 for Work and Play, Samsung AI Forum 2020, Samsung TV, Huawei Mate40 Series sold-out, Lenovo EdVision and more
Posted: Nov 16, 2020
While we are still waiting for news about if Huawei Malaysia plans to import the Mate 40 series, we just read some news that a metal casing is apparently not good for the phone at all. This was answered by Bruce Lee, Vice President of Huawei in regards to third-party cases since the official protective cases have sold out.
Posted: Nov 04, 2020
If you've ever wondered what companies pack into their devices, there's always those teardown videos you can refer to. One of the latest teardown video for the Huawei Mate 40 RS revealed some interesting things. In the video, you get to see a storage chip that's different from the standard UFS used in most phones.
Posted: Nov 04, 2020
Although the Huawei Mate 40 series has already been revealed for quite some time, there are still no words on when it would launch globally. While we wait for the company's consideration, their latest Kirin 9000 chipset which they claimed to be the most powerful one to date just got a new AnTuTu score, scoring 685,339 points at first rank.
Posted: Nov 03, 2020
Based on a statement by techsina, there could be a possibility that there will be a Pokemon-themed Huawei Mate 40 series which features a PokeBall decal at the back along with the Pokemon logo. While there is information in regards to whether the case in the renders will be sold to be public or not, this gives us a rough idea on what to expect when the case is officially available for purchase.
Posted: Oct 26, 2020
After the Huawei Mate 40 series got unveiled last week, there was no denying that the features are technically impressive. However, the global market is still concerned about its software as it lacks Google Mobile Service (GMS) and APK installation doesn't cut it for casual users. Thankfully, folks at XDA-developers came up with an unofficial GMS installer.
Posted: Oct 22, 2020
After a year, Huawei have launched the Mate 40 Pro with the world’s fastest charging technology which is the 66W SuperCharge and also 50W wireless charging technology with a 4400mAh battery capacity.
Posted: Oct 23, 2020
As usual, whenever a new Huawei phone series is announced, DxOMark would always have the camera review on the next day before anyone else. And not surprisingly, the Mate 40 Pro is placed the first rank on the camera chart for the rear and front camera.
Huawei Porsche Design Watch GT2, FreeBuds Studio, Eyewear II, Sounds series, Ring Light Case and M-Pen 2 release: Price starts from ~RM338Posted: Oct 22, 2020
Other than the Huawei Mate 40 series that was just unveiled, Huawei also announced the Huawei Porsche Design Watch GT2 which is priced at 695 Euro (~RM3406) which comes with largely the same features as the original GT2, except for a more luxurious design. Not only that, but there’s also the Huawei FreeBuds Studio at 299 Euros (~RM1465), which is a pair headphones which is capable of achieving up to 24 hours of continuous playback on a single full charge.