Huawei Mate 40 Pro could offer a hexa-camera setup, professional grade video recording
This possibility was first raised by Huawei executive Hua Hegang. Leaker @RODENT950 followed up with a clearer picture, which shows a Mate 40 phone, probably one of the Pro models, with an octagonal camera module for housing six sensors.
Camera specs largely remain a mystery, but at least one of these units could be a periscope shooter and the primary sensor could be 108MP.
The Mate 40 Pro will reportedly feature a 6.7-inches waterfall display with a wide punch-hole for accommodating two selfie cameras. It will apparently have a refresh rate of 90Hz.
All the Mate 40 series phone will likely be powered by the Kirin 9000, Huawei's first 5nm chip. They will apparently run open-source Android 10 with EMUI 11 on top.
This story is part of:Huawei Mate 40 & Mate 40 Pro leaks (11 updates)
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