Huawei Mate 40 pro review – A smartphone beast

Huawei always gives tough time to their competitors as they come with a series of smartphones with the latest technology. They launched their Mate 40 Series that include Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+ and Mate 40 RS. This series is available all over the world except in the U.S as a result of ban by the U.S government. If U.S citizens want to get their hands on the Mate 40 series they have to buy it online or from Amazon. The Mate 40 Series is second to none in terms of hardware. 

Price & Availability

After launch, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro delivery date was November 13. That set it as one of the last significant phones delivered in 2020. 

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro cost is £1,099/AU$1,999 (generally $1,400), and that gets you 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. 

For some comparison, as we’ve referenced, in the UK that is a similar cost as the most minimal spec iPhone 12 Pro Max (undisclosed RAM, 128GB capacity) or the top-spec Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (12GB RAM, 512GB capacity).

Design

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro feels incredible in the hand, with-its glass back and glass screen sandwiching an aluminum outline. The measurements are 162.9 x 75.5 x 9.1mm and it weighs 212g, and keeping in mind that those estimations cause it to appear to be huge, for a phone of its screen size, the Mate 40 Pro doesn’t feel excessively enormous; the bended edge show, which helps the phone fit cozily in your palm, adds to this impression. 

Power button and volume button, both on the right edge of the phone, simple to reach – individuals with more modest hands may think that it’s somewhat trickier to hit the higher-up rocker, however most will actually want to arrive at the power button effectively enough.

There’s no 3.5mm earphone jack here, so users of wired sound should utilize a converter with the USB-C port to utilize their current wired earphones, or search for USB-C wired earphones, despite the fact that there are not many alternatives around right now.

Display

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro display looks really extraordinary, however the scarcity of web-based feature applications implies that chances for enjoying it are fairly restricted. 

This screen is 6.76 inches corner to corner, which is quite enormous, yet as we’ve referenced the plan goes some path in alleviating any issues with this. It has a 2772 x 1344 resolution, which is higher than that of numerous different phones (most stick with 1080p) and therefore pictures look sharp. The OLED HDR10 tech makes colors pop – Huawei claims that the display flaunts 16.7 million tones.

Fats screen refresh rates are the most recent landmark in the cell phone spec wars, however the Huawei Mate 40 Pro covers out at 90Hz, which some may locate somewhat low for a premium cell phone (others hit 120Hz or 144Hz). You can dial this down to 60Hz on the off chance that you like, which saves battery, yet we went with the powerful mode choice, which naturally exchanged between the two relying upon what you’re doing.

Camera 

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro is a standout amongst other camera smartphones out there – while its snaps are generally comparable to its top-level rivalry, and which is the ‘awesome’ to a great extent boils down to individual inclination, the sheer number of modes and choices on proposal here surpasses the majority of the opposition. 

The fundamental camera is a similar 50MP f/1.9 camera we additionally saw on the Huawei P40 arrangement and Mate 40 – this has a RYYB sensor (red, yellow, yellow, blue) instead of the ‘standard’ RGB (red, green, blue), which permits it to take in more light. This is joined by a 20MP f/1.8 super wide camera and a 12MP f/3.4 periscope fax (for 5x optical zoom) snapper. 

On the front, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro has two cameras, with a 13MP f/2.4 super wide camera joined by a period-of-flight (ToF) sensor for improved profundity detecting. Selfies look great, as they’re really striking as far as shading, and we loved being able to change our outlining on account of the utilization of a super wide focal point, as you can zoom in or out somewhat.

Software

The phone runs Android 10 (Google restricted Huawei from using its applications and administrations, not Android itself) with EMUI 11 laid over the top. 

We’re huge fanatics of EMUI – it has heaps of alternatives to change the manner in which the phone works, from visual changes (Dark mode, Eye Comfort channel, the capacity to change shading temperature) to useful (editable consistently in plain view, different route choices, helpful pre-introduced applications). It brings a significant visual update from stock Android, with dynamic foundations and application symbols, which causes you to appreciate the showcase innovation.

Performance.

With Refresh rate and 8GB RAM, this device becomes a beast with Huawei’s latest chipset Kirin 9000 which gives you an extraordinary performance while playing famous games like PUBG, COD or Fortnite. This device is going to be loved by gamers because of its features and performance.

Battery Life

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro battery life is heavenly, and not once did it fail to endure a day of use. 

The battery life is 4,400mAh, which is about normal for a lead phone, however we’d envision the genuine explanation the phone endures quite a while is some software programming enhancements to keep the battery going longer.

Summary

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro is probably the best smartphone around regarding hardware – its cameras take unbelievable pictures, its screen looks incredible, and it feels brilliant in the hand because of its bended display and slim form.