The world doesn’t end with this one escalating trade dispute, Huawei insists, so here’s the Mate 40 series for you. We have the Mate 40 Pro for review, the high-end almost-flagship that sits just below the ultimate Mate 40 Pro+.
We say almost-flagship just because there’s one better, but the Mate 40 Pro is nothing short of a top-tier handset. Immediately striking is the display – a 6.76-inch OLED that envelops the device’s sides – similar to the Mate 30 from last year, but even more extreme.
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