The new flagship comes in a nice and clean, understated black box. Lifting the top of it reveals the smartphone itself, wrapped in protective plastic. Immediately we see the phone’s signature circular camera module, that was the center of many rumors over the last few weeks, and we will get to explore thoroughly for our full review.
But there’s way more in that box than expected – the Mate 40 Pro also comes with a clear, soft protective case, which covers its entire back and sides, along with a USB Type-C charging cable. We also get wired headphones, which plug into the phone via USB Type-C, as yes, it doesn’t have a headphone jack.