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Huawei Mate 40 smartphones will be limited to 90 Hz displays instead of 120 Hz


Huawei is going through hard times, however, the company plans to release the long-awaited flagship Mate 40 series on time. According to rumors, we will see a new family in October this year. It is expected that along with flagship smartphones will also be presented smart watches Mate Watch and the new version of HarmonyOS. Today, new information about the display of the upcoming flagship smartphone leaked to the Network.

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The data was shared by an insider hiding under the nickname @ RODENT950. According to his information, new devices will receive displays with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, not 120 Hz, as previously assumed. The resolution of the matrix is ​​1200 × 2640 pixels. Also, judging by the latest information, the flagship family will be based on the HiSilicon Kirin 1000 processor, instead of the Kirin 1020, as previously assumed, which, nevertheless, will be performed according to the 5-nm process technology. Who will manufacture chips for the Chinese tech giant is still a mystery.

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Recall that earlier on the Web there was information that the flagship smartphones of the Huawei Mate 40 series will be equipped with advanced FreeForm cameras in conjunction with nine-lens 9P lenses.

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