Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G With Harmony OS 2.0 Has Been Certified

NESABAMEDIA.COMAlthough Huawei has not really been able to escape the US trade sanctions, they are still trying to realize an alternative operating system from Android, namely Harmony OS to several more platforms. The Digital Chat Station account on Weibo says that the Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G has now been certified.

The specifications are still the same as the 5G variant, which was launched last year. What’s new about this smartphone is that instead of using Android-based EMUI, this device uses Harmony OS 2.0. If the information is correct, then the Mate 40 Pro 4G will be the first Huawei smartphone to use Harmony OS 2.0 out of the box.

For your information, Huawei launched Harmony OS 2.0 in September last year at the Huawei Developer’s Conference (HDC) event in China. At that time, it was also reported that CEO Richard Yu said that Huawei was ready with a Harmony OS smartphone, but still couldn’t launch it because it was still under an agreement with Google.

As explained by Huawei, Harmony OS will integrate multiple devices with fast network connections, the ability to collaborate, and share resources.

As for the new version of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, the device specifications will remain the same. Like the use of the same 6.76-inch screen with FHD Plus technology, Horizon’s flexible OLED screen, as well as a refresh rate of up to 90Hz and a touch sampling rate of 240Hz.

Then for the camera, it uses a circular rear camera setup consisting of five sensors. The smartphone will be powered by the Kirin 9000 SoC chipset, 12GB of RAM and a battery with a capacity of 4,400mAh.

Further about the rear camera settings, the main camera sensor will have a size of 1/1.28 inches and 50MP. Then there’s also a 20MP ultra-wide sensor, a 5x periscope lens with a 12MP resolution and a 10x hybrid zoom.

If the schedule does not change, then the Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G with Harmony OS will be launched at least in June this year.