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Huawei Mate 40 Pro 5G 12GB+256GB Dual Sim Silver

Key features:

  • HUAWEI Kirin 9000
  • Octa-core, 1 x Cortex-A77@3.13 GHz + 3 x Cortex-A77@2.54 GHz + 4 x Cortex-A55@2.05 GHz
  • 24-core Mali-G78
  • EMUI 11.0 (Based on Android 10)

Condition : Brand New Sealed

Warranty : 1 Year

Delivery : 5-7 business days (Special Import)

Please note this device is specially imported. From time to time the supplier may sell out without informing us. Please confirm availability to avoid disappointment


Leap Further Ahead
See beyond the horizon, explore the unknown, and leap boldly into the future, with unprecedented power, speed and imagination. Embrace the intelligence and live an intimate life with innovative technology on the HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro.

Recognizable at a Glance

Iconic and innovative, HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro is an homage to balance and symmetry. The Space Ring camera system presents you a window to explore the world.

Classic Colors, Timeless Appeal

Mystic Silver
Olive Green
Sunflower Yellow
Pure-toned Black and White glass covers evoke night and day, bringing out unexpected wonder and mystery. Mystic Silver creates a reflective tapestry of light and color, ever-changing and always charming. The crafted vegan leather models bring the flavors of nature, sunflower and olive, into full view.



Orange, Green, Black, Silver, White






Does Huawei mate 40 pro have Google?

While the phone runs Android software at its core, it doesn't use Google's services, which means it can't access the Google Play store. Apps like Gmail and YouTube are not available at all, although you can still access YouTube through the web browser.

Can Huawei use Google Apps?

Due to government restrictions, Google's apps and services are not available for preload or sideload on new Huawei devices. ... As a result, they are considered “uncertified,” and will not be able to utilize Google's apps and services.

Will Google apps stop working on Huawei?

“Google is prohibited from working with Huawei on new device models or providing Google's apps including Gmail, Maps, YouTube, the Play Store and others for preload or download on these devices,” Tristan Ostrowski, legal director for Android and Google Play, wrote in the post, which was picked up by 9to5Google