the Huawei Mate 40 Pro Review - apk status

Gadgets, Education, Photo editing, mobile/phones, technology, Video editing, Whatsapp stutas,status

the Huawei Mate 40 Pro Review

 the Huawei Mate 40 Pro

the Huawei Mate 40 Pro
 one of the first unboxingsin the world, SuperSaf style. A thumbs up for yourboy will be appreciated. This has just been announced and it's offering some cool features. Let's take a look, we'll alsocompare it to the Mate 30 Pro as well as the P 40 Pro. Full black box, andyou'll notice this ring, what Huawei call the space ring, which is part of thedesign of the Mate series, co-engineered with Leica, of course. And then we've got theexplore it on AppGallery go, explore it on AppGallery logo, the Huawei AppGallery which is now an important part of all Huawei devices. Let's put that to the side for a second while we see what elsewe get inside the box. There's a clear gel case,always nice to have. 


A SIM card tool. We do have a charger. This is a Huawei supercharger, 66 Watts of fast wired charging. 


I don't know why they wentwith 66 instead of 65. Maybe it was to get a watt advantage over the competition, I don't know. But crazy fast. We've also got a USB typeA to USB type C cable as well as some USB type C earphones. So these are also included in the box. Right now, let's get to the device And here it is, this isthe mystic silver color and it's a, it's really trippy like, depending on the anglethat you're looking at it at it gives you a very different color. Huawei of course, very big on some really nice gradient finishes. This has a matte finish, which I do like. It reminds me a little bit of the P 40 Pro silver frost finish but it'sdefinitely a lot more colorful. And of course, we havethe space ring design where the cameras are placed. So let's just bring in the Mate 30 Pro for a bit of a comparison. And you can see that there isa resemblance of the design. But the Mate 30 Pro hasall the four cameras within this circle, whereas on the Mate 40 Pro they are actually on the ring itself. Now, of course we have a metal frame and as the Mate 30 Pro had the Mate 40 Pro has a very curved display. This is Huawei call a horizon display and it's got an 88 degree angle curve. And that brings us onnicely to the display. This is a 6.76 inch Flex OLED display. So I believe the flex is because it kind of flexes over the sides. Now this has a two seven two two by one, three, four, four resolution. So it's quite an odd resolution. So it's almost Quad HD,but it's not quiet Quad HD. And it does have a 90 Hertz refresh rate. So, it looks like Huawei, like they did with the P 40 Pro, are trying to go for a bit of a balance between resolution and refresh rate, rather than just goingfor one or the other. And from what I can see, it looks like a very good display. 


We do have a small top and bottom bezels, but the bezels on left and right, you pretty much can'tsee, thanks to that curve. And we have a pill shape punch out for a dual selfie camera setuplike we had on the P 40 Pro. However, these are a little bit different. Now, quickly bringingin the Mate 30 Pro again from last year, you can seethat there is a resemblance with those very curved edges, but the top and bottom bezelsare a little bit smaller, I can see. And we had a notch for the Mate 30 Pro. We don't have this on the Mate 40 Pro. We have that pill shape cut out. And if we bring in the P 40 Pro, you can see once againthere is that resemblance with that pill shape cut out. But as mentioned, the camerasare a little bit different. So instead of a primarycamera and a depth sensor like we had on the P 40 Pro, on the Mate 40 Pro, we have a primary camera and then we have an ultrawide camera for group selfies. And when you're taking selfies, if the Mate 40 Pro detects that there's more people in the shot, then it will automaticallyswitch to the ultra wide camera.



 Now there's also a bunch ofsensors in this pill cut out, and that is for 3-D face ID. And as always, it does work reallywell, and it's very fast. But we also have the option of the in-display fingerprint scanner. So, I do like that we've got these options especially in the day and agewhere we're all wearing masks. You know, face ID is very convenient and it's quicker generally. But having the option of the in-displayfingerprint scanner as well is definitely nice to have. Now let's take a look atthe rear facing camera. So, as mentioned we actually have the camerasinside this ring now. The primary camera is a 50megapixel ultra vision camera, which has an RYYB sensor. Now, as you guys probably already know the RYYB instead of the RGB means that you can capture more light And as well as that, this is a very large size sensor. It's one over 1.28 inches, which makes us one of the largestsensors on any smartphone. And as far as I can tell, this is a very similar,if not the same sensor, as we've got on the P 40 Pro.


 Which is good news because the P 40 Pro takes some amazing images. There's a 20 megapixel ultra wide camera, for all of the ultrawide photos and videos. We've then got a 12 megapixelPeriscope zoom camera, which is going to give you five times optical zoom, 10 times hybrid zoom, and up to 50 times digital zoom. Finally, we also have aTime-of-Flight sensor as well. Now, if the photos from the P40 Pro and the P 40 Pro Plus are anything to go by, this is going to have excellent results. But Huawei are really also concentrating on video capabilities this time too. So on the Mate 40 Pro, you do have real time HDR processing which is going to give youmuch better dynamic range. And there's also a few new video features. One is tracking shots, where you can select your subject and it's going to followyour subject around. There's also steady shot, which is going to keepyour footage stable. Now, having a quick lookat these on the interface, as soon as you do switch to these modes, you do switch to 1080pautomatically from 4K. So something to bear in mind. It looks like it doescrop in on that sensor, and then it's going to go around tracking or providing that stabilization. Now, of course, we're goingto have to do lots of tests and put all of thesefeatures through their paces. And if you really do want me to do a SuperSaf style cameracomparison of the Mate 40 Pro, then do let me know in the comments below on which device you'dlike me to do it versus and if there is enough demand, then I will try to workon that as soon as I can, as soon as I get some timeand some sleep, because techtober is crazy. Now let's take a look around the device. So we've got nothingon the left hand side. On the right hand sidewe've got a power button as well as a volume rocker. Now this is a physical volume rocker. On the Mate 30 Pro, Huaweidid go for a touch solution. So I'm glad they've kind of gone back and gone down the physical buttons. They just seem to work better, especially when it comes to volume. At the top, we do have an infrared sensor, something which we reallydon't see much of these days. So Huawei is still holding onto that. And then we've got oneof the two speakers. So we've got one speaker at the top and one speaker at the bottom. So we do have stereo speakers. Also at the bottom, there is a USB type C port,as well as a SIM card tray. Now in this SIM card tray, youdo have space for a SIM card as well as a nano memory card. So that's a proprietary memory card which you can get toexpand the storage on here. And internally, you do get256 gigabytes of storage with eight gigabytes of RAM. And this is powered bythe Kirin 9000 chipset, the world's first fivenanometer integrated 5G chipset. So the keyword there is, integrated, 5G, Yes, we've seen that the Apple A14 is the world's firstfive nanometer chipset, but it doesn't have integrated 5G. 5G is a separate modem. This is integrated on here, which should help with efficiency. Now in terms of speed and performance, obviously this has beenabsolutely fine in my usage. But I will be using it some more. It is definitely oneof the fastest chipsets out there right now. And for the battery, we do have a 4,400 milliamp hour battery.


 And in my experience, Huawei devices are very goodwhen it comes to battery life. we do have the 66 watt wired charger, as we mentioned earlier on. But of course, we dohave wireless charging. And this time it is 50watt wireless charging, which I believe is thefastest on any smartphone. Now, of course you will have to buy that wireless charger separately. I actually don't have one, I'mnot sure one exists as yet. I do have a 40 watt charger from Huawei, which is super fast but this 50 watt charger will charge your device even faster. Of course, we still do havereverse wireless charging. So you will be able to use the Mate 40 Pro to charge your other devices wirelessly, whether that's some earbuds or something. And now let's talk about the software. This does come with thelatest version of EMUI. EMUI 11, which is based on Android. But, as you guys know, Google Play Services are not supported. Now, this is somethingthat I've talked about in depth in previous videos. But just in a nutshell,what does this mean? Well, it means you're notgoing to be able to get apps such as YouTube, Google Drive, Gmail. However, you will be able to use all of these services by a browser. And you will be able tofind a lot of the other apps via the Huawei AppGallery, Petal Search, as well as third party app stores. Personally, I've used APKPurequite a bit in the past, and that's been really good in terms of finding and updating lots of different apps out there. But Huawei has been workingvery hard on the AppGallery, as well as Petal Search, to be able to find appsthat most people use. 


So of course the situationisn't perfect by any means, but there are lots of workarounds. Now, Huawei has also been really working on their integration amongstall of their different devices, something that we're alwayscalling one plus eight plus N. Again, this is somethingthat I've covered in detail in a previous video, I'lllink that in the cards and in the description. But essentially if you dohave other Huawei devices maybe if you've got a MateBook laptop, maybe if you've got some Huaweiear buds, a Huawei watch, then these are going to seamlesslyintegrate with each other. And you'll be able to use features such as multi-screen collaboration, which will let you fullycontrol you Mate 40 Pro while you're on your MateBook laptop. Now, unfortunately, Idon't have any information about pricing and availability. As soon as I have that, I'll drop that down in the description. So you can look out for that. But we will be looking for a release around November time, I wouldassume, based on the rumors. And that is the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. What do you guys think

'; (function() { var dsq = document.createElement('script'); dsq.type = 'text/javascript'; dsq.async = true; dsq.src = '//' + disqus_shortname + ''; (document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0] || document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0]).appendChild(dsq); })();