After its international launch last year, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro is finally coming to South Africa — with its local launch date and price confirmed.
The highly anticipated flagship is packed with features, including a high-resolution camera, impressive eye-tracking technology, and 8GB of RAM.
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Other features include 5G support, fast wireless charging, and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
As with other Huawei launches from 2020 and beyond, it does not feature Google Mobile Services.
However, it does feature Huawei’s EMUI 11 Android-based operating system, which enables a series of collaborative features with other Huawei devices.
You can see a summary of the Mate 40 Pro’s specifications below:
- Display: 6.76-inch FHD+ (2772 x 1344 pixels) OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate
- Processor: Huawei Kirin 9000
- Main camera: 50MP main lens + 20MP ultra-wide lens + 12MP telephoto lens
- Selfie camera: 13MP lens + depth-sensing lens
- Battery: 4400mAh
- RAM: 8GB
- On-board storage: 256GB
Huawei Mate 40 Pro price in South Africa
So how much will the phone cost when it launches on 1 April?
The Huawei Mate Pro will have a price of R19 999 when it launches. It will be available in the Mystic Silver and Black options.
The Huawei Online Store is running a pre-order special for the first 200 customers. By paying R500 for the pre-order, customers receive a R1 500 discount on the purchase price.
They will also receive a pre-order bundle which includes the new Freebuds 4i, the GT 2e smartwatch, a Huawei Smart Scale, and the Huawei VIP Service.
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