Tue. Nov 24th, 2020
Huawei Mate 40
Huawei is all set to launch its Huawei Mate 40 lineup of next-generation Mate-series flagship smartphones on 22nd October. The devices will be powered by the Kirin 9000 chipset owned by the company. Most of the details were already leaked online prior to the official launch of smartphones. Now, details have surfaced online about the Kirin 9000 chipset, shedding light on the graphics portion. Let’s have a look at it

The upcoming Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 9000 SoC is seen sporting a 24-core GPU, as per the latest data shared by well-known leaker Ice Universe via a benchmark screenshot. The chipset appeared on the AnTuTu benchmarking platform last week, which revealed that it scored 693K+, almost on par with the Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC, but had better graphics processing results. It is noted that to distribute the load and keep devices energy efficient, the Mali G78-MP24 GPU is clocked at lower frequencies.

Due to the sanctions imposed by the United States, Huawei has been facing a lot of problems lately in terms of the supply chain. As a consequence, the company has a limited number of Kirin 9000 chipsets and, at least for the time being, the SoC could also be the last flagship chipset of the company. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC and the Samsung Exynos 1080 SoC will be up against the Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 9000, both of which are expected to power next year’s launch of smartphones.

Huawei Mate 40 Specs

  • A 6.76-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2722 x 1344 pixels and a pill-shaped cutout for housing the front-facing sensors are expected for the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. Up to 12 GB of RAM is likely to come with it.
  • A triple-camera setup consisting of a 50MP primary sensor, a 20MP ultra-wide lens, and a 12MP telephoto zoom camera will be available for the smartphone.
  • It will have a 5x optical zoom and 8 K video recording support.
  • In terms of connectivity, it supports Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, and Wi-Fi 6.
  • The device runs Android 10-based EMUI 11 and has a 4,400mAh battery with 65W fast wired charging support via a USB 3.1 Gen 1 port that can fully charge the device in less than one hour.

By manmohan

Mohan is a New York-based science blogger and columnist, working in the Science Journalism industry for the last five and half years. He spends most of her time interacting with the like-minded group of people on social media and contributing proactively to several online discussion forums and websites. You can contact him at Teamjbjnews@gmail.com

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