A new Huawei smartphone has got a 3C certification. The new phone with the model number NOH-AN50 will come with a 66W charger. Generally talking, its features are consistent with the Mate 40 Pro. But there is a surprise.
Prior to this, we saw the same model getting the network license. At that time, we learned that the phone will run the new HarmonyOS system and support 5G network.
According to the published information, this new 5G machine has black and white color options. Inside, it will carry a Kirin 9000 processor as well as a 4300mAh capacity battery. The weight is 212g, while the dimensions are 162.9×75.5×9.1mm. On the front, our protagonist sports a 6.76-inch OLED screen.
As said above, almost all parameters of the machine are the same as the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. Apart from the mentioned features, we should also add the camera. The only difference is that in addition to the 128/256/512GB storage version, the newly-connected models also have a 1TB storage version.
Analyzing all information above, we can say that we are dealing with the new Mate 40 Pro, which supports 5G networks and has a maximum storage capacity of 1TB. Even if so, the new phone might become a bestseller due to these two features.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro Features
The original Mate 40 Pro features a 6.76-inch OLED screen. The latter supports a 90Hz refresh rate. The display also comes in handy with its in-display fingerprint scanner. On the opposite side, we can find a triple-camera setup. It includes 50-megapixel primary, 12-megapixel periscope, and 20-megapixel ultra-wide lenses. The front-facing camera has a 13-megapixel resolution and is accompanied by a 3D ToF sensor.
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The Kirin 9000 inside uses a 5nm process node. This has been the world’s first Android smartphone using this process. The chipset comes with four Cortex-A77 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores. On the graphics side, you will get a Mali-G78 GPU. Huawei claims big things for this chipset.
There is also a 4,400mAh battery. The latter supports 65W wired fast charging capable of fueling the phone in 47 minutes. But the phone also supports 50W wireless charging.
By the way, previously, we learned that Huawei will release the new Mate 50 series of flagship phones early next year. Part of the Mate 50 will use Kirin chips and some will use Qualcomm chips, but only the 4G version.