Huawei will unveil the Chinese version of the Mate 40 Lite next week

Huawei today shared an official poster announcing the release of the new smartphone on July 27th. This device will be the Maimang 9, which will be based on the HiSilicon Kirin 820 chipset and will boast support for fifth generation cellular networks. Oddly enough, quite a lot of details are already known about the smartphone, including its recommended price.

The Huawei Maimang 9 was previously spotted in TENAA’s database with model number TNN-AN00, as well as on China Telecom’s website, where it posted a price tag of $ 313. Huawei today released the first official teaser of the smartphone, announcing that the device will be unveiled on July 27. The image focuses on the triple module of the main camera of the device with a resolution of the main sensor of 64 megapixels.

Before the official announcement, Huawei is expected to reveal more details about the Maimang 9, although a lot is already known about the smartphone. According to reports, it will be able to boast a proprietary Kirin 820 chipset, which will work in conjunction with 8 GB of RAM. The storage capacity of user data will be a decent 128 GB, and the operating system will be Android 10 without support for Google services.

The battery capacity will be 4300 mAh, and the smartphone will be replenished with a 22.5-watt fast charger. As for the screen, it will receive Full HD + resolution with a diagonal of 6.6 inches and will be deprived of a cutout for the front camera, which will be located in a pull-out unit.

We add that last year’s Maimang 8 later entered the global market under the name Huawei Mate 30 Lite. Apparently, the new Maimang 9 will repeat this fate, and outside of China we will see it under the name Huawei Mate 40 Lite. By the way, the senior representatives of the Mate 40 family should debut this fall.

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