Huawei’s products that support 5G networks can be said to be very few. Only the very top flagship products will have some 5G versions released, which is regrettable. However, some new options have recently appeared in Huawei’s 5G equipment. According to related reports, a new product of Huawei Terminal Co., Ltd. obtained a network access license from the Tenna on December 6, which shows that the product model is “NOH-AN50”, which should belong to Huawei Mate 40 series.
Some bloggers said that the model may be a derivative version of the Mate 40 Pro, or it may be marked with a suffix such as the Collector’s Edition.
The specifications are the biggest highlight of the phone. The certification information shows that this new Huawei mobile phone supports a 5G connection, supports 5G-enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) technology, and will also pre-install the Hongmeng HarmonyOS system, which is also Huawei’s current strongest Combined.
It is reported that the Huawei Mate 40 Pro currently on the market is equipped with HiSilicon’s strongest Kirin 9000 chip, but it only supports 4G networks, and the new version of the network may be equipped with the 5G complete version of Kirin 9000.
In fact, not long ago, Huawei also launched a new machine equipped with Kirin 9000 5G. In the middle of last month, it launched the Huawei Mate X2 Collector’s Edition. The biggest difference from the regular version is that it is equipped with the “out-of-print” Kirin 9000 5G chip.
However, at the time, the Huawei Mate X2 Collector’s Edition was quickly sold out after it went on sale so that many users who liked it failed to grab it. If the brand new Mate 40 Pro is launched in the future, interested users should be prepared.
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