The Huawei Mate 40 series is currently facing uncertainty. Huawei’s consumer business CEO Yu Chengdong said in response to when the new phone will be released: ‘Please wait for a while, everything will arrive as scheduled’.

Huawei Mate 40

This simply means the upcoming flagship will hit the market quite soon. But the first indicator of a forthcoming launch is the certification. So has the Huawei Mate 40 passed various certifications? It seems yes. The new phone seems to have passed NBTC (Thailand) and the Eurasian Economic Commission (Russia) Bluetooth certification. In the device list, there is a model NOH-NX9, which is believed to be the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. The same model also appeared on Bluetooth Launch Studio.

Huawei Mate 40

There are reports that the Mate 40 series has been seriously delayed. But Huawei’s chipsets are also in stock. And Huawei seems to be still proceeding with the Mate 40 series certification. Although there are rumors that the Mate 40 series will not be available until next year, it is currently expected that Huawei will launch a new phone in China sometime next month.

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Earlier, a Weibo blogger said that the Huawei Mate 40 series might hold a global conference in mid-October. At this event, it’s expected that Huawei will release the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 series SoC. In addition, he also said that there is news that Huawei Mate 40 may use the 7nm process Kirin 9000E chips. But the other two models will still be equipped with 5nm Kirin 9000 5G chips.

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