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HUAWEI MATE 40E Spotted Online!


HUAWEI launched 4 models in MATE 40 series few months ago. Now it looks like there will be another model in the same series. 
Mate 40E was found in the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) database (WPC). The smartphone with the model number OCE-AN00 (close to that of Mate 40, which is OCE-AN10) was registered on 9 December. The picture included shows a device that looks like the standard Mate 40.

MATE 40E packs a curved display with a hole in the top left corner of the screen. On the right side of the phone, opposite the volume control button, is the power button, which is red. A cookie-shaped camera housing is on the back of the handset, which has four holes but three cameras. In the building, you can also see the Leica brand and an LED flash. The Huawei Mate 40 has an audio jack and an infrared sensor at the top, while the SIM tray, a USB-C port and a speaker grille are located at the bottom.
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A Huawei phone with an OCE-AN00 model number has already been approved by TENAA. With a resolution of 2376 x 1080, it has a 6.5-inch OLED screen. The Mate 40E has a 2.86GHz processor, unlike the regular Mate 40 that has a Kirin 9000E processor with a clock speed of 3.13GHz. Our assumption is that this could be the chipset of the Kirin 990E 5G or Kirin 990 5G. Since the Mate 40E has a ‘E’ in its name, the Kirin 900E 5G is most probably operated by it.
Specifications of MATE 40E : 

👉 6.55inch OLED Display

👉 Kirin 900E

👉50MP primary sensor, 16MP ultra wide sensor and 8MP telephoto lens

👉13MP selfie camera

👉4100mah battery.

Due to its chip development problems, Huawei most probably made this model. The Kirin 9000 series is in short supply, so a Mate 40 phone with a last-gen processor is basically being introduced. 

Pursuing Engineering. Content writer by passion to technology. One who likes following mobile technology and it's revolutions on years coming. Keeps improving everyday!

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