Huawei Mate 40 Series – LITE not RIGHT
So, Huawei is expected to release the Mate40 and Mate 40 Pro later this year. The company typically releases a mid-rangeLite model of its flagship phones and now it appears that the Mate 40 Lite has now surfaced.
But this time the Mate 40 Lite doesn’t lookslike a lite version, considering the specifications, the Mate 40 Lite looks quite promising. But before further we do if you do end upliking, what you see here please consider subscribing and turn on notifications by hittingthat bell icon. Now let’s get back to the video.
According to popular tipster Digital ChatStation Huawei is gearing up to release a new phone. The phone is expected to be part of the Maimangseries. A China-only lineup of phones that typicallygo on to be rebranded as the Mate Lite offerings. Last year the Maimang 6 was the Huawei Mate10 Lite globally. Digital Chat Station has made a couple ofposts revealing that there will be a phone for the Maimang series.
According to Digital Chat Station the phoneitself is expected to sport a 6.6-inch, Full HD+ LCD display. There’s no mention of a refresh rate, so it’ssafe to say that it will be a 90 Hz panel. Other listed specifications include a 48 MPmain camera, a MediaTek Dimensity 820 chipset. And the device is going to be powered, bya 4300 mAh battery, and 22.5 W SuperCharge support.
So Samsung was expected to use the new Snapdragon865+ chipset for the Galaxy Note 20 series. But new reports seem to quash those rumours. So instead of going for the latest flagshipprocessor Samsung is likely to persist with its Exynos chipset. The new update was shared by reliable Samsunginsider, Ice Universe. He says Samsung is going to offer the newGalaxy Note 20 with Exynos 990 chipset.
The worrying part is that many reviewers havetalked about its lack of performance compared to the Snapdragon 865 processor. Comparisons between the Exynos 990 and Snapdragon865 have shown that the Exynos lags significantly when it comes to GPU performance.
This means there will even be a wider gapbetween it, and the new Snapdragon 865+. So, what do you guys think about Samsung’sdecision to keep using Exynos chipset on their flagship devices let me know in the commentsdown below and as always I will see you guys in my next video.