On October 22, Huawei will hold a new product launch conference. The company will announce not only the Huawei Mate 40 series flagship phones. Plus, there will be a number of amazing products such as speakers, the FreeBuds Studio headsets and so on. However, the Mate handset is in the spotlight. But those who are familiar with this series should know the Mate 40 is going to be the most powerful generation. Alas, it seems we will see the last generation.
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The Huawei Mate 40 series will provide four different versions of Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, and Mate 40 Porsche Design. But if the former two and the Porsche Design are familiar to users, the Pro+ will appear in the Mate family for the first time.
As a Weibo tipster said, Huawei’s public testing platform today released an app called ‘Thermometer’. The app introduction mentioned that it only supports the Mate 40 RS Porsche Design. The internal model code of the product is KUL-AN10.
This application can be used to measure the temperature of objects and human bodies, mark temperature measurement objects, view temperature measurement records, etc. According to the description of the thermometer application, users can align the device’s sensor position with the temperature measurement object, and align the device with an unobstructed, no heat source within 50 cm of the air area. Place the device at a distance of 1-3 cm from the measured object. Then, click ‘Temperature measurement’ and hold it firmly until it vibrates. You can also use the volume up key or volume down key to start temperature measurement.
Not The First, Not The Only
This is the first time when Huawei officially confirmed the existence of the Mate 40 RS Porsche Design. Moreover, with this statement, the company said it will add a temperature measurement version in addition to the standard version.
Earlier in June, the Honor Play 4 Pro infrared temperature measurement version was released by Honor. It introduced the temperature measurement function to the smartphone for the first time. An infrared sensor was added to the rear camera module to determine the temperature of the measured object by receiving infrared energy. It can also measure the temperature of various objects such as boiling water, hot tea, air conditioners, heating, etc. The accuracy of the actual measurement results is still quite high.
It is not clear how the Huawei Mate 40 RS Porsche Design temperature measurement version works. But it should be similar to that of Honor.