You can probably thank Huawei for the camera designs smartphones have been using for the last two or three years, from vertical bars to big circles to ugly squares. Now that every phone looks similar again, it looks like the Huawei Mate 40 is flashing a new design to stand out. However, not all changes will end well, and changes due to them can be undone and make your phone laugh. While this teaser is different from the renders we’ve seen so far, being straight from Huawei’s mobile product president, it carries more weight than the unofficial leak. Or it could be Huawei’s way of luring the audience, which can also affect the ending. Must Read: The Canon PowerShot ZOOM expands its portfolio with a monofocal telephoto camera After all, the image posted on Weibo by Hua Hegang only shows the Mate 40’s barely lit half back. Fortunately, someone was kind enough to reflect on the image to give us a clearer picture of what a camera looks like. . octagonal cantilever shape. This is sure to attract attention, but it may not be great. Compared to less official information, AnTuTu has published comparison results for a specific Huawei NOH-NX9, which is believed to be the Huawei Mate 40 Pro or at least once in a row. Here the Kirin 9000 is officially listed as a processor, and the results it gets using the AnTuTu benchmarking tool are way ahead of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, and especially above the Samsung Exynos 990. However, this may not be the result of an actual retail device and may not represent the true performance of the Huawei Mate 40. However, the eccentric design and benchmark results get people talking, even if they don’t go into Buying a Phone beyond that. China. Reuters