It is expected that from September to October, Huawei will hold a new product launch conference to bring the new flagship mobile phone Mate 40 series. Although there is still some time for the phone to be released, a lot of information about this phone has been exposed online. Recently, the famous blogger @数码闲聊站 has exposed the Mate 40 series of mobile phone cases.
From the mobile phone case, the Mate 40 series still uses the Oreo design. The previous generation Mate 30 Pro cancelled the physical volume button and replaced it with a virtual button, but this generation Mate 40 seems to have changed back to the physical volume button design. It has to be said that there are indeed some inconveniences in the use of virtual volume keys, especially the need to immediately turn the phone volume down.
There is nothing to say about the bottom of the protective case, and there is not much difference compared with the previous generation. The speakers, Type-C port, and microphone are all present.
What is surprising after all is that there is a double speaker opening on the top of the protective case, and there is even an opening that looks like a 3.5mm headphone jack. The biggest slot of the previous generation of Mate 30 Pro is that there is no double boost. This generation seems to be made up. In order to save the cost of waterproofing, many flagship phones have given up the 3.5mm headphone jack, only Sony still insists. Could it be that Huawei will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack this time?
Judging from the information that has been exposed, the Mate 40 series is indeed a powerful bucket flagship, which performs very well in all aspects. On September 3rd, Huawei will release the Kirin 9000 flagship chip on the Mate 40 series. If you are interested in this phone, don’t miss the Kirin 9000 conference.