The Huawei Mate40 Pro product page was briefly available on Amazon Germany the night before the launch of the Mate40 series, with a price of €1,199 and shipping date of November 9.
Unfortunately, Amazon has taken it down, but the good news is that Twitter @rquandt has already left screenshots of the device's merchandise image, which uses Huawei's Mate30 Pro renders, except for one, which should be a placeholder image.
The specs show it has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and features a 6.76-inch OLED display.It runs Android 10-based EMUI 11 and doesn't support Google Store services.
It will come with a 50 MP Ultra Vision main camera and an ultra-wide-angle lens, plus a 13 MP front lens.
(Image from @rquandt.)
Aside from the headline content, what's also known about the device is that it packs a 4400 mAh battery that can be charged at 66W via USB-C and supports 50W of wireless fast charging.
For comparison, the Huawei Mate30 Pro has 40W and 27W of wired and wireless fast charging power respectively.
A few days ago, well-known tipster @RODENT950 revealed the European prices of several Huawei Mate40 models, ranging from €1,100 to €2,500.
Huawei's Mate40 series global launch is scheduled to take place on October 22 at 20:00 GMT, with the Mate40, Mate40 Pro, Mate40 Pro + and Mate40 RS Porsche Design 4 models, and FreeBuds Studio headphones expected to be officially unveiled.