A fresh teaser apparently coming from Huawei reveals an all-new design of the back camera of the firm's upcoming Mate 40 series. The image, which was shared on Weibo, shows a rear camera with what looks like an octagonal setup.
The teaser was posted by no less than Huawei’s president of mobile consumer business, Hua Hegang. The image, however, is shrouded in dark shades to somehow hide a major portion of the camera's design.
Another thing that's worth noting in the teaser is the physical button with an orange accent. It also sits just right below the physical volume rockers, indicating that Huawei will most likely drop the idea of virtual buttons that debuted with the Mate 30 series.
Like its predecessors, the Mate 40 will have rounded corners, as shown in the teaser. To briefly recall, the upcoming Mate 40 is rumored to sport a 6.4-inch curved display and the Pro variant a 6.7-inch waterfall display. The devices will also be powered by a Kirin 9000 SoC, which will be the last of its kind. Huawei will reveal the Mate 40 series in full on October 22.