The Chinese manufacturer has re-released the Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40E, and Nova 8 Pro models in China. All three devices are now sold in their home market with the proprietary HarmonyOS operating system. Interestingly, we are talking only about 4G versions of devices. 5G models still run Android with EMUI.
In terms of pricing and specs, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro has a Kirin 9000 chip paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. They ask for $ 946 for the device ($ 80 cheaper than the 5G version). The Huawei Mate 4E, in turn, comes with a Kirin 990E processor and the same memory options. The smartphone costs $ 651 in China ($ 62 cheaper than the 5G version). Huawei Nova 8 Pro is equipped with a Kirin 985 SoC and is asking for $ 573 ($ 46 cheaper than the 5G version).
There is no information yet whether smartphones will be sold outside the Middle Kingdom.