Huawei Mate 40 Pro is ready to be introduced this Thursday, October 22. There have been limited leaks and some may prove to be incorrect. This latest package of info has been selected by the reliable Roland Quandt and should be the most authentic yet as it comes so close to the launch.
The Ever-reliable German Publication Winfuture.de Reports That The Huawei Mate 40 Pro Has The Latest Kirin 9000 Chipset At Its Heart, Featuring Huawei’s First 5nm Manufacturing Process. It’s Made To Compete With Apple’s A14 5nm Chipset. Leaked Benchmark Scores Rank The Kirin 9000 Above Qualcomm’s Top-of-the-line Snapdragon 865 Series (Which Itself Outperforms The A14 If You Go By Leaked Antutu Benchmarks).
The phone will feature curved sides for both the display and the sides. The design is meant to make the side bezels disappear when you look at the display head-on. The new Mate will be curvier than the P40 Pro, but without sacrificing the side buttons like the 2019 Mate did.
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Images Were Taken With A Wide-angle Lens Often Appear Distorted. The Closer To The Subject, The More Serious This Distortion Phenomenon. This Is Why There Is A Need For Some Sort Of Distortion Correction. Currently, Huawei Has Not Announced The Detailed Information On The Related Functions.
While Many OEMs Are Looking Towards Better Anti Distortion Algorithms, Huawei Might Have Found A Way To Eliminate The Issue Entirely. Although, It Is Still Too Early To Know For Sure. Previously, We Had Reported On A Press Render Leak That Showcased A Triple Camera Setup On The Mate 40 Pro. In This Leak, The Ultra Wide Angle Lens Was A 20 Megapixel Sensor F/1.8 Aperture.