Huawei Mate40 series to launch on October 22

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NEW DELHI: Huawei is all set to launch its flagship smartphone series — Mate 40. The company has revealed that it will launch the Huawei Mate40 series at an online event on October 22. The event is scheduled to take place at 2 PM CEST (5.30 PM IST) on October 22. It is expected that the company might launch the Mate40, Mate40 Pro and Mate40 Pro+. Along with these smartphones, it is also expected that the company might showcase the Porsche Design edition of Mate40 Pro+ at the same event.
As per rumours, the Huawei Mate40 and Mate40 Pro will come with a dual punch-hole front camera. The Huawei Mate40 is also expected to feature a 90Hz refresh rate display and triple rear camera setup. On the other hand, the Huawei Mate40 Pro is expected to sport a display with 120Hz of refresh rate and quad-rear camera setup with 50MP main shooter.
Rumours also suggest that the Huawei Mate40 Pro+ might include a periscope camera with 10X hybrid zoom. The smartphone series is expected to be powered by the company’s own 5nm Kirin processor with built-in 5G model. All the three smartphones are said to come with a ring touch design at the back which can be used to control camera, volume and more.
Recently, Huawei confirmed that its existing devices will continue to receive software and security updates. This was confirmed by the company on Twitter though its official Huawei Mobile Twitter account by replying to a user on Twitter. “… There is no impact on existing devices. We will continue to share security and software updates to our devices, as we always have…” said the company via a tweet.
For those unaware, this matter has become the center of attention since the temporary general license (TGL) that was allotted to Huawei recently expired. A report by The Washington Post suggests that old Huawei phones are also on shaky grounds as they can lose Android support as well. As per the report, the license expired on August 13.

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