Huawei Mate 40 with 5G passes TENAA certification, screens are also revealed


Huawei Mate 40 with 5G passes TENAA certification, screens are also revealed

Huawei is in an extremely difficult situation: on September 15, shipments of key chips will stop due to US demands. The upcoming series of flagship smartphones Huawei Mate 40, which is expected to be announced in September, may become the company’s swan song: in the future, the Chinese manufacturer will not be able to offer flagship features to customers. Three smartphones have appeared in the TENAA database, the numbers of which reportedly belong to the Mate 40 series.


The model number OCE-AN00 is believed to refer to the Huawei Mate 40 smartphone – the letters OCE enclose the codename Ocean. The Huawei NOH-AN00 is likely to hit the market under the name Mate 40 Pro – NOH stands for the codename Noah. The NOP-AN00 phone seems to belong to the Mate 40 series too – it could be the Mate 40 Pro + or the Mate 40 RS Porsche Design.

Unfortunately, the TENAA records of these phones do not have any information about their specifications, other than the fact that they support 5G connectivity and run Android. Full specifications are expected to be added to these entries in the near future.

In June, display analyst and head of Display Supply Chain Consultants Ross Young announced that the Mate 40 will have a 120Hz refresh rate display. However, at the end of the same month, rumors reported that the Mate 40 series would be limited to screens with a refresh rate of 90Hz, just like the Huawei P40 series. And now Young agrees with this statement, believing that only next year Huawei will offer displays with a refresh rate of 120 Hz in its devices.

The analyst mentioned that Huawei will use panels from BOE, Samsung Display, and LG Display in the new flagships. Mate 40 will receive a 6.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080 × 2340; Mate 40 Pro – 6.78 ” QHD screen. Mr. Young stated that he is not aware of the Pro + model – if it exists, it will receive a display similar to the Mate 40 Pro. According to him, the screens in the Mate 40 series will be folded at the edges. This is confirmed by the visualizations presented earlier by OnLeaks, which also show that both phones will have a cutout for a dual camera.



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