Jan 03, 2021 News
Huawei’s newest phone might just be an addition to an existing series already, as the Mate 40E was recently seen on the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) database, showing up on TENAA. The Mate 40 series was dropped in the market a few months ago by Huawei, which also saw the release of Mate 30E alongside - so it’s only natural to expect the sequel to that model. We get a sneak peek at what the specs and features will look like on the Mate 40E.
But talking about looks on the Mate 40E, the design is the same as the Mate 40 - as it looks the exact same as its sibling which was dropped a while back. According to the listing, the Mate 40E will come with a pretty 6.5” OLED display coming in at Full HD+. The processor is still unclear, but we do know that it’s a 2.86GHz processor, meaning we could see the Kirin 900E 5G in here, especially with the “E” in the name of the processor as well. You’ll also get the options for 6 and 8 gigs of RAM in different variants.
The phone will also have a triple camera setup at the back, with a 50MP primary sensor, and knowing the technology Huawei has been using in their cameras, it’s expected to be a pretty good one. There’s an expected 13MP front camera as well for selfie lovers. The battery size will be 4,100mAh - not too big for the current standards, but it’s still decent nonetheless and should give around a day of usage on light to moderate usage.
Even though Huawei is going through quite a big slump, they’re still not giving up on their devices, and maybe if they hold on for long enough, they might actually see themselves out of it eventually.