Huawei is currently proving that cell phone manufacturers are also capable of learning. After much criticism, the Chinese company is bringing back a feature in its upcoming top smartphone that has been deleted from its predecessor. On the other hand, Huawei remains tough with another feature.
Thanks to ever larger and high-resolution displays, modern smartphones are also ideal as a pocket cinema. Image size and sharpness are only half the battle. The right sound is part of perfect video enjoyment. Stereo speakers are a must in the smartphone upper class – all the more incomprehensible that Huawei has omitted it in the Mate 30 (Pro). The successor should now remove this flaw.
Huawei Mate 40: smartphone should have stereo speakers again
The Mate 40 is said to have stereo speakers on board again, reports the Areamobile magazine, citing the insider Teme on Twitter. In addition to the regular speakers at the bottom of the device, the new Huawei smartphone will apparently have five cutouts on the top to enable the stereo sound. With this, Huawei would make a 180-degree turn after the Mate 20 (Pro) already had stereo speakers, but the feature had been deleted from the successor.
Elsewhere, Huawei doesn’t seem to be pulling back: the jack socket. The Mate 40 is also said not to have a headphone input with a 3.5 mm connection.
Huawei fans can still access it here without hesitation:
The launch of the Huawei Mate 40 could be delayed
According to older reports, the Pro version of the Huawei Mate 40 comes with a 108 MP camera and can even measure the temperature, which would be a pretty useful feature given the current situation. Whether the Huawei smartphone will be presented in autumn as expected is currently still in the stars. Due to the heightened US sanctions, the manufacturer apparently runs out of components, which is why the start of the Mate 40 could be delayed by “at least two months”.