Huawei will unveil the Mate 40 on October 22nd

Huawei is about to introduce its next big phone - and a kind of swan song. The Chinese tech giant has announced that it will unveil the Mate 40 series of phones in a virtual event on October 22nd at 8 a.m. east. Not much has been said about what the new mates would mean ("unparalleled performance" is not really an indication), but it's safe to say that the processor will be the most talked about feature.
The company has already confirmed that the Mate 40 will be the last phone with a high-end Kirin chip for at least a while. After the US imposed trade restrictions on Huawei that resulted in chipmakers like TSMC pulling out, the company simply doesn't have access to cutting edge processing technology for future models. The 5-nanometer Kirin chip in the Mate 40 is expected to be fast and efficient, but it's not expected to reach other phones in the future.
Otherwise, the Mate 40 is expected to maintain the Mate 30's focus on photography with a huge camera hump with four sensors that could include a “freeform lens” to enhance wide-angle images. The front notch with a depth sensor can also be replaced with a punch with two sensors. Like it wasn't, the "waterfall" curved display would make a comeback.
It is not certain when the Mate 40 range will reach customers. A WinFuture report indicated that it might not ship until 2021. It's a long wait when this is true, especially if the competitors aren't standing still.

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