Today, a new device from Huawei has been spotted on Geekbench. The device has a model number “NOH-NX9”. The same model number has been spotted on NBTC certification, which revealed that the model number “NOH-NX9” is for Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro.
In the Geekbench of Mate 40 Pro, it can be seen that the phone is running a chipset with a codename “NOH”; indeed, it is the Huawei’s upcoming 5nm flagship chipset “Kirin 9000”. The chipset has a base frequency of 2.04 GHz.
The chipset’s maximum frequency may be more than 3.1 GHz as the Geekbench scores are more than the score of an ordinary Snapdragon 865+ powered phone. The scores of Geekbench points to us that the phone’s performance may be far better than any other Android smartphone (in World).
The Geekbench also revealed that the phone is equipped with 8GB RAM and uses Mali-G78 (with Kirin 9000 chipset), a second-generation Valhall architecture-based GPU for flagship devices.
As per reports, the new Mate 40 Pro will feature a dual punch-hole Waterfall display with 90Hz of refresh rate. The camera setup will be significantly improved in comparison with previous models.
The new Mate 40 series will be announced in an online event, holding on 22nd October (at 8 PM Chinese Timing).