Huawei Mate 10

Huawei gained limelight with the launch of the Nexus 6P. Ever since, Huawei has been producing great smartphones that compete with brands like Samsung and LG. Last year, Huawei launched the Mate 9, an incredible smartphone that swayed more people into the Huawei community. Important info about it’s successor, the Mate 10 has surfaced online.

Reports are claiming that the Huawei Mate 10 will be the most powerful Android phone when it launches. It is said to sport the company’s in-house Kirin 970 SoC which is produced on the 10nm manufacturing process.

On the display front, the Mate 10 will sport ¬†full screen display with no bezels, similar to the one expected on the iPhone 8. This information has been confirmed by Richard You, chief of Huawei’s consumer division.

The leaks are claiming that the Mate 10 will exhibit superior battery performance compared to it’s predecessor. This is impressive as the Mate 9 came with a huge 4000mAh battery. The Mate 10 may include a higher capacity battery with a quicker charging speed. This coupled with the power efficient SoC should make the Mate 10 a beast in terms of battery life.

As for camera’s, the Mate 10 is expected to feature dual camera’s on both the front and the rear. It is worthy to note that the Mate 9 too included a dual camera setup. The megapixel count of the rear lenses are expected to be whooping 34MP while a pair of 16MP lenses can be found to the front.

Huawei recently applied for 4D touch trademark and hence the Mate 10 could feature 4D touch. The Huawei smartphone will run on Android 8.0.

The Huawei Mate 10 is expected to be launched somewhere in the September-October time frame just like the Apple iPhone 8.

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Abhijith Ragav
Abhijith is a technology enthusiast, passionate coder and an avid cricket fan. He is awestruck by the technological advances surrounding him and is stunned by the role of technology in today's world. He primarily covers Tech News, Leaks and Rumours.
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