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This is how Huawei has celebrated its success in China with the Mate 40


The Mate 40 are a success in China and Huawei celebrates it in a big way

Huawei has already presented its new Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro, its two new top-of-the-range terminals that, as every year, aim to become the best terminals of the generation.

However, and although we are all aware of Huawei's problems in many western countries due to the absence of Google services on its devices, the firm continues unstoppable in its own home, in China, and is that these new terminals have become in just a few hours in an authentic revolution.

The Mate 40 is a success in China and Huawei celebrates it in a big way

Huawei drones

As if it were fireworks, the drones lit up the sky to celebrate the success of the Huawei Mate 40 in China

Huawei is one of the most important technology brands, there is no doubt about that. When it was at its best, came the veto of the United States and the prohibition of using Google services on its Android terminals.

This has caused a significant decrease in its sales in western countries but not so in China where Huawei remains the leader.

This has been demonstrated with the new Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro. As we read in Gizmochina, the Jingdong sales portal sold out the Mate 40 units in just 11 seconds, a crazy number.

And to celebrate such success Huawei and Jingdong they launched hundreds of drones as fireworks, a beautiful show that thousands of people could enjoy directly.

As always, the Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro, in addition to being quite powerful terminals in terms of specifications., there is no doubt that they will also be a photographic reference.

In the case of the base model, we find a triple rear camera, with 50 megapixel main sensor, f / 1.9 aperture and RYYB matrix.

A 16 megapixel ultra wide-angle camera and an 8 megapixel “telephoto” with optical stabilizer appear next to it.

As for the front, it is occupied by a 13 megapixel camera for selfies and video calls, also with a 100-degree wide angle.

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