Huawei Mate 40 Pro Processing Power

Huawei Mate 40 Pro Processing Power – Sorry about the emptiness of this section because no benchmarking applications can be installed on devices that are accepted for review. I tried installing Geekbench 5 and Antutu 3D but all attempts were blocked by the software.

All I can say is that the experience of using the app, first and scrolling the device is just as smooth as on other flagship devices. No speed difference can be felt when compared to devices with Snapdragon 865, Snapdragon 865+, Exynos 990 and Apple A13. Just as smooth as fun.

Running the first one is also no problem as long as it doesn’t require a login to Google Play Games. I can’t play Temple Run 2 due to the need to login to Play Games. On other startups like COD Mobile, Asphalt 9 and Free Fire, no issues occurred.

Also Read: Huawei Mate 40 Pro Specifications 


The Huawei gadget can run various startups without any time -lapse problems and at high settings. But I have to say not all primers are supported. The best example is Genshin Impact. Direct applications cannot be run possibly; because the developer does not support the Kirin 9000 chip whereas previously they had no problem supporting Honkai Impact 3D on the device

After more than a year of battling U.S. economic sanctions, Huawei’s HMS ecosystem is now getting better. More and more alternatives like YouTube Vanced, Petal Maps and more. The exhaustion of moving to the Huawei ecosystem now makes me able to use Mate 40 Pro as a device for daily use for 14 days during the review period. This I couldn’t do while reviewing the Mate 30 Pro and P40 Pro. Huawei is now getting stronger but some of the issues I explained above need to be resolved immediately to allow users familiar with GMS to migrate to HMS smoothly.