Not yet, Amazon – the German branch of the retail giant published the Huawei Mate 40 Pro page a day early. It has since taken down the price and release date, €1,200 and November 9, specifically. We know because the eagle-eyed Roland Quandt spotted the slip-up and captured a screenshot before Amazon removed the info.And notice that the phone is sold by Amazon itself, this is not some random third-party retailer posting a fake listing to stir things up. At the time of writing, the specs are still available (note: the image shows last year’s model, the Mate 30 Pro).
The specs start off with the battery – a 4,400 mAh power cell that can be charged at 66W over USB-C and 50W wirelessly. For comparison, the Mate 30 Pro managed 40W and 27W, respectively.
The new model will be equipped with a 6.76” OLED display (no mention of refresh rate, unfortunately), a 50 MP Ultra Vision main camera and an ultra wide lens, plus a 13 MP selfie cam. There’s no word on the zoom camera.
For Europe, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro will come with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB storage, if Amazon’s info is to be believed. It will run EMUI 11 based on Android 10 (without the Google stuff).