The two devices are listed on Huawei’s official website with full specs, but no details about price or date of availability.
The two phones are identical to their 5G-enabled counterparts in all other aspects, but naturally should cost less when they go on sale.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro is still cutting edge with a 5nm Kirin 9000 chipset, a potent 50MP 1/1.28-inch main camera, 12MP 5x periscope tele and 20MP ultrawide with PDAF. There’s a single 6.76-inch 90Hz OLED of 1344x2772px resolution.
The Huawei Mate X2 shares the chipset and main camera but comes with two displays – an outer 6.45-inch 1160x2700px 90Hz OLED and an unfolding 8.0-inch 2200x2480px 90Hz OLED on the inside.
It’s unclear if and when these 4G versions would make their way out of China, but odds seem slim.