Huawei is gearing up to launch its Mate 40 series in China and wee have come across numerous leaks and renders about the smartphones. A recent report also suggests that the company is planning for a launch event on October 22nd. Now the retail box of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ surfaced on Slashleaks report confirming some of the specifications of the smartphone.
According to the rendered image, the retails box shows a Huawei Mat 40 Pro+ smartphone with 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The smartphone comes with a 5G connectivity and it will be only for sale and warranty in Mainland China. There is also a sticker of “Not For Sale” on the retail box which means it might be given to a reviewer to test the device. The retail box also confirmed that the smartphone will be up for sale via vmall.com.
The company has also started teasing about the smartphone and shared a series of teasers on its official Weibo account. The latest teaser shared by the company comes with a caption which reads, “Master assists, the second becomes the master. October 22, # Huawei Mate40# advanced smooth.” The video teaser also shows a combat game and suddenly the spaceship converted into an upgraded version and the number shown on the lower-left corner changed to 90. The number indicates that the upcoming Mate 40 series might arrive with a 90Hz refresh rate display.
Rumours also suggest that the not-end mode in the Mate 40 series might arrive with a 120Hz refresh rate display. The Huawei Mate 40 is expected to be powered by the Kirin 9000 chipset based on 5nm process. A recent teaser also confirmed that the phone will feature an octagonal rear camera setup. Besides, the Mate 40 is also expected to arrive with a 66W fast charging support and runs on EMUI 11 without Google Mobile Services.