Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G may be the first to say goodbye to Android!

For some time there has been talk of the launch of a last element of the Mate 40 family, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G. However, in addition to being the only one in the line with exclusive support for 4G networks, this could also represent an important milestone in the history of the Chinese manufacturer.

As the latest certification from TENAA, the Mate 40 Pro 4G will arrive from the factory with the HarmonyOS operating system. To be confirmed, this will be the first smartphone from the manufacturer to say the final goodbye to Android.

I remind you that HarmonyOS is the international version of the HongMengOS operating system, introduced in August 2019. After many years of development, the operating system ended up having its launch “rushed” due to the sanctions applied by the United States to Huawei, which prohibited it use any Google service in your products.

Huawei Mate 40 Pro 4G specifications

6.76 ″ inch OLED screen with QuadHD + resolution and double hole punching Kirin 9000 processor 4G8GB RAM memory Up to 256GB of storage Triple rear camera: 50MP + 12MP (periscope) + 20MP (ultra wide angle) Dual front camera: 13MP + ToF 3D On-screen fingerprint reader 4400 mAh battery with support for fast charging at 66 W and wireless charging at 50 W 2.0

There is still no concrete information on its possible presentation date and if it will finally be launched in Portugal. However, considering that the TENAA certification targets the international version of the operating system, its European release is probably on the horizon.

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via: GizmoChina

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