The recent leak of Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro in CAD render has exposed the design specs of this upcoming lineup. As the both of its models now features curved and extra curved displays.
But we’re here to specially talk about the extra curved waterfall display of the Mate 40 Pro. The phone, according to the renders, has brought back its physical volume buttons, which was removed in the Mate 30 Pro.
In Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the company optimized the extended reach of the waterfall display curve and introduced an interactive touch control system, which allows the display to function as a virtual volume tuner.
This virtual touch interaction replaces the requirement for a game controller and allows you to add two virtual keys on the edge of the screen. You have the power to pre-set the buttons to move, scope, aim, and shoot at the same time with quick and easy action of four finger/quad finger controls.
Moreover, the virtual side-touch also enables the user to put the camera shutter button on the edges of each side.
Using both in Huawei Mate 40 Pro:
According to the previous leaks, Huawei Mate 40 Pro is using around a 6.7-inch waterfall display and its edge curve is reaching to the back of the device. Since the display has not been reduced in size or in the edge curve, Huawei has no reason to remove the virtual key system in the Mate 40 Pro.
Instead, Huawei may introduce an option in the settings to enable/disable it manually and allowing users to use both physical and virtual key systems in the same smartphone.
There’s much more we’ve to explore when this Huawei flagship will actually and we’ll keep you updated with its every single news.