Huawei Mate 40 Pro goes up on Amazon Germany, will cost €1,200
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).
The official Mate 40 event is tomorrow, we’ll have a post up so you can watch the live stream.