Mobile Phones: Huawei Mate 40
News & Reviews: Huawei Mate 40
Huawei Porsche Design Watch GT2, FreeBuds Studio, Eyewear II, Sounds series, Ring Light Case and M-Pen 2 release: Price starts from ~RM338Last Updated: 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.
Huawei Mate 40 series release: Halo camera setup and tons of camera features, price starting from ~RM4407Last Updated: Oct 22, 2020
Today, Huawei has unveiled the latest Mate 40 series and unsurprisingly, the phones are none other than the Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, and Mate 40 Pro+. There's also a Porsche Design Mate 40 Pro RS edition, which you can read about it here (link in development) as usual but without beating around the bush too much, here's everything you need to know about the new Huawei flagships.
Last Updated: Oct 20, 2020
Huawei Malaysia has announced that you can catch the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 series on their Facebook page, which will take place on 22 October 2020 from 8 PM onwards. With that said, be sure to head over to their Facebook page and click on the “get reminder” button in order to be notified as soon as they’re streaming the launch.
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2020
After Apple made a comeback by launching four devices at a time, another tech giant is heading the way to surprise us with their latest flagships as well on 22 October. In just a few days, HUAWEI will be finally launching the highly-anticipated Mate 40 series with the 5nm chipset at an event. Before that, a promo video of the series was out today by showing off the device's capability of taking distortion-free ultra-wide-angle photos.
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2020
Based on a statement by a user on weibo, it seems that the Huawei Mate 40 series could come equipped with an octagonal camera module at the rear. It is best to note that this is the first time we’ve seen this kind of camera module shape because all these while, smartphone manufacturers used either a circular, square, or a diamond-shaped camera module instead.
Last Updated: Oct 13, 2020
Based on a statement by a weibo user, it seems that Huawei could be planning to release a Huawei Mate 30 series smartphone called the Mate 30 Pro E during the Mate 40 launch that’s happening very soon. While not much is known in regards to the Malaysia release date of the device, our source did provide a few images which give us a better idea on what to expect during the launch.
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2020
Based on a statement by Huawei’s official Twitter, it seems that Huawei will be announcing the Huawei Mate 40 series smartphone on 22 October 2020. With that said, here’s a short rundown on what gadgets we can expect Huawei to launch during the event which is happening in less than 2 weeks.
Last Updated: Oct 01, 2020
Based on a statement by PCOnline, it seems that the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 series is just around the corner because reports stated that the first batch of the series will go on sale from late October 2020 onwards. While not much is known in regards to the exact pricing of the new series, we do know that the series consists of smartphones such as the Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro Plus, as well as the Mate 40 RS Porsche Special Edition.
Japan key tech players including Sony, Toshiba and others have stopped supplying tech components to HuaweiLast Updated: Sep 22, 2020
Huawei just can't seem to catch a break these days. First, it was the US government disallowing their devices to feature Google Mobile Services, then banning their affiliated companies and partners to receive tech components. Now, it's Sony's turn to suspend their camera supplies to Huawei.
Last Updated: Sep 17, 2020
As many of you already know, the US government is not in good terms with Huawei and more countries also stepping away from the Chinese tech company. Back in early August, the US government had banned 38 Huawei affiliated companies and now it seems that some Chinese companies have stopped doing business with them.