In the database of the Chinese regulator TENAA, a new smartphone Huawei was lit up … which is like two drops of water similar to the Huawei P40. Apparently, the company has decided to release a more affordable version of the model, which will most likely be called Huawei P40 4G – based on certification documents, the device does not support 5G.
It turns out that Huawei managed to stock up on not only single-chip Kirin 990 5G systems, but also regular Kirin 990 systems with an LTE modem – this version is present in the lineup. It differs not only in the modem, but also in the CPU and NPU frequencies – they are slightly lower than that of the Kirin 990 5G.
Since Huawei P40 4G is already certified, the premiere can be expected soon. And the cost of such a model will definitely be lower than that of a regular P40 with 5G support.