With all the problems Huawei has been facing in the US, It is still set to launch the Mate 30’s Successor, The Mate 40 Series at the End of the Month. The News is Confirmed by CEO Yu ChengDong as he Posted the Announcement on Weibo.
No Google Apps
Just like it’s predecessor, The Mate 40 Series will be shipped without any of the Google Apps pre-installed. This is in accordance with the US Government’s prohibition on doing business with Huawei unless explicit permission provided. This means that Huawei can’t obtain the licensing of Android too.
The End of Kirin Processors For Huawei(?)
The US Commerce Department also issued an export block that was amended to block shipments to Huawei. The Rule prevents foreign manufacturers of semiconductors using American Softwares and Technologies in their operations from shipping their products to Huawei unless they obtain a license from the US Government. The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) had stopped the production of HiSilicon units for Huawei following the Rule.
The Huawei Mate 40 Series may be the last ones to use the Kirin processors following all the Prohibitions.
Specifications (Rumored) for the Mate 40 Series
The Huawei Mate series is famous for its Camera Capabilities. Similarly, we expect the Mate 40 Series to bring Some New Top-Notch Camera features. Leaked Renders of the Phone Show the Phone will be sporting a Quad Camera Setup, One of them Being a Telephoto Lens. Also, the Phone will be Having a Dual Front Camera Punch Hole Display. The Body will Curve like the Mate 30 Series.
The Bottom will house a Type C Port and the Speaker Grill with the Volume Rockers on the Right Side Along with the Power Button. The Phone Size will be around 6.4 inches for the Mate 40 and 6.7 inches for the Mate 40 Pro.
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It will be Astonishing to see Huawei tackle all these Problems from the US Government and How the Launch of the Device goes. We believe that this Device will be the flagship to look out for just like the preceding Mate Series Phones.