Everything Huawei presented Mate 40 family Freebuds Studio, a renovated App Gallery and more: Huawei continues in its struggle to become a benchmark within the high end. Last year he already demonstrated his good work with a device that was among the best of the year, the Mate 30 Pro, and everything points to that this year they are still coming for more.
The Chinese company has introduced the Mate 40 family: Huawei Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro+, its new line of devices to compete in the high end —and it does so with impressive credentials—.
The Mate 40 is presented as the Access range to Huawei's new family and, among its main features, stands out a 6,5-inch OLED display with a curvature of 68º, a refresh rate of 90hz and FullHD+ resolution of 2.376x1080 pixels.
For its part, the battery will have 4.200 mAh and a fast charge of 40W. in the photographic section it stands out for a main lens of 50 megapixels, wide angle of 16 megapixels, telephoto of three magnifications of 8 megapixels and selfie camera of 13 megapixels.
It should be noted, of course, that this device will not reach Spain.
The Mate 40 Pro comes with 3 key features with which you want to conquer your followers and try to attract new ones: a high-performance processor so you forget about performance, a powerful photo section and 5G connectivity, but that's not all.
The renewal of its flagship returns to bet on a design with a quad rear camera ring, a very particular hallmark of the firm. In this sense, the company has greatly improved its photographic section, emphasizing the optimization of video performance.
The rear camera will have a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 20-megapixel ultra-wide angle, a 12-megapixel 5X Periscope mode telephoto and a 7x optical zoom.
Huawei presented Mate 40 family Freebuds Studio
One of the most interesting features will be the XD Fusion HDR, which will take the result of all the lenses to offer the best possible result for a shot. It also highlights the Steady Shot, with which they promise to improve the stability of the image in conditions of a lot of movement, as well as the Tracking Shot, which will be perfect for people of amateur level, since it will constantly track the selected person with one click and will always be focused.
It will also come with a more powerful night mode in which, according to the multinational, quality will not be lost in any detail despite being in low light conditions.
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As for the selfie camera that will have a resolution of 13 megapixels stands out the sensor that they have called 3D Depth Sensing Camera, which seeks to eliminate the feeling of fisheye that is always reflected with this lens. In addition, IA, points out that, when more people join the photograph, it will automatically switch to the wide-angle lens so that the image is opened and you do not have to lengthen your arm.
Its display has a 6.67-inch OLED surface with a resolution of 2,772 x 1,344 pixels, which comes with a slight curvature on the sides and a DCI-P3 HDR certification.
The processor will be a Kirin 9000, of which Huawei highlights that it is the first and only 5nm 5G chip and explain that it will be much faster than the Kirin 990. In particular, 50% faster.
Fast charging also progresses with a power of 66W and wireless charging that promises to charge the device in less than 30 minutes. In addition, it has a 4.400 mAh battery that promises an autonomy of more than a day of performance.
As for the mode with the screen at rest, the company has assured that they have improved the interface even more, since it will only show notifications, clock, battery and decoration if you take a look at it, but if it does not detect anyone, it will turn off completely to save battery.
New gestures will also arrive, of which they stand out, above all, which now allows you to unlock the device by simply passing your hand over, something really useful if you are cooking and have dirty hands, for example.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro + differs from the Pro version in that it incorporates an 8 megapixel phone and that it will have a RAM of 12 GB instead of an 8 GB
As if that were not enough, they have also presented a case called Ring Light Case, which has as its main component a kind of folding that will project light to give the photographs that extra light necessary to make it perfect. It will be priced at 65 euros.
An M-Pen 2 will also arrive that promises to further refine the user experience for 99 euros.
As for prices, the Mate 40 family looks like this:
- Huawei Mate 40: 899 euros for 8GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro: 1199 euros for 8GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro+: 1399 euros for 12GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory
After the disappearance of Google services from Huawei devices, the Chinese company had to take a step forward by creating its own store, the AppGallery and the truth is that, despite the fact that there are still important applications such as Netflix or Gmail that are not on its platform, to put a couple of examples, it always looks better.
This is thanks to the feedback that its users make, since when they want an app and it is not in the store, they add it to a Wish List that is then reviewed by Huawei to make those dreams come true.
Now, they wanted to go a step beyond giving a complete facelift to the interface that will benefit the design vertical and will have a component more editorial, that is to say, appear less apps on the screen and will be deemed more relevant to each user, since that will be in function of your downloads previous.
They have also enhanced Petal Search, their search engine, which will have visual image detection to be able to find what you are looking for in a simple way either for purchases or for a casual search and works with everything you can imagine: from books, to movies, through artists or songs.
They have also wanted to enhance their native apps such as Petal Maps, which for the moment will be beta and will offer 2D or 3D navigation, step-by-step navigation, route calculations and traffic in real time.
It will be available in 140 countries and 70 languages and will be an integral part of Huawei's hardware, so much so that they promise it can be used without having to use the screen.
They have also wanted to impact on privacy by highlighting that they will be based on the Data Protection Act of Ireland. In addition, they will have the servers in Germany and France, as they are the countries with the toughest legislation.
In addition, Huawei has presented a special edition of its Watch GT 2 that has the same elements and features of its popular smartwatch, but with classic Porsche elements.
It changes in terms of its design, which bets on titanium, a sapphire crystal dial and a ceramic body. In addition, it will come with car brand-specific elements for the interface, such as typography, among other things.
It will cost 695 euros.
The thing does not stay here, since they have also presented the Huawei Mate 40 RS, which will come with a design inspired by Porsche Design and which further improves the performance of its flagship and will be priced at 2295 euros for a version of 12GB of RAm and 512 GB of internal memory.
One of the most interesting elements of Huawei's new devices are the New FreeBuds Studio, which join their family of headphones, but stand out above the rest because it offers active noise cancellation, as well as ANC Performance, a functionality that allows AI to learn and be able to regulate cancellation based on where you are.
It will have a minimalist design with audio power that promises to reflect in the most faithful way possible what artists are looking for in the studio.
They will also come with 6 microphones to pick up the voice and make the calls perfect. Your bluetooth connection will automatically change whether you're using a mobile or a computer.
As for the battery, it will be around 24 hours of autonomy and they claim that with 10 minutes of charge it will be enough to have 8 extra hours of energy, enough for a full day.
As for the price, it will stay at 299 euros.
Huawei has also shown its Sound Series and Sound X, which are presented with a higher power than their predecessors and which powers, above all, the bass level. The most interesting thing is that you will have 360º Surrand sound for a more immersive and deep experience.
It comes with bluetooth as well as 3.5 mm connection to connect it to computer or TV.
As for its price, it will start from the 199 euros.
As if that were not enough, Huawei has shown the Eyewear II, the second edition of its smart glasses that will have two versions for those of sol —Smart Lang, Smart MyMa FlatBA— and two others for normal ones —Havana and Kubo—.
Among its main features will be the incorporation of a microphone integrated in the pin that will have enough power to listen, but not so that people around can hear it. You can also play music or answer a call with taps on the PIN or cancel the actions by swiping your finger.
As for battery, you will need a charge of 1.5 hours to have it 100%, which will allow you to enjoy around 5 hours of music.
They will go on the market for 299 euros.
Huawei presented Mate 40 family Freebuds Studio
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