Huawei introduced new versions of the flagship Mate 40 Pro and foldable smartphone Mate X2

New versions of the  Mate 40 Pro and Mate X2 smartphones have appeared on the official Chinese website of Huawei.

Both new products initially debuted with support for the 5G network, but now the company has decided to release their 4G versions. At the same time, the technical characteristics of the devices have not changed. The devices still run on the Kirin 9000 5nm platform.

The Mate 40 Pro 4G comes with a 6.67-inch 90Hz OLED screen, a 50MP + 12MP + 20MP triple camera, and a 4400mAh battery with fast wired, wireless and reverse charging. The folding smartphone Mate X2 4G, in turn, has two displays, 8 GB of RAM, a 4500 mAh battery, and a quad-camera of 50 MP + 16 MP + 12 MP + 8 MP.

Huawei has not yet announced the prices of new products, but we can definitely say that the devices will cost less than models with 5G.

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