|In the database of the Chinese regulator TENAA, a new Huawei smartphone was discovered, extremely similar to the P40. Apparently, the company decided to release a more affordable version of the flagship device, which is likely to be named Huawei P40 4G, because, judging by the certification documents, the device will be deprived of support for fifth-generation cellular networks. |
Apparently, the company managed to stock up not only on Kirin 990 5G chipsets, but also on the more affordable Kirin 990, which are equipped only with an LTE modem. In addition, the chip is content with lower CPU and NPU frequencies. Since the Huawei P40 4G smartphone has already passed the certification, there are hopes that it will be introduced soon. It is quite obvious that its cost will be lower than that of the base P40. It is worth noting that the P40 4G will be an excellent choice for users from Russia and other regions where 5G networks have not yet been launched, which does not stop the lack of Google services in the smartphone. They will be able to purchase a powerful device with excellent cameras, without overpaying for an unsupported communication standard in the country.