In November last year, the Huawei Mate 9 was launched. The successor ( Huawei Mate 10 ) is apparently presented to the public in October. This is by no means true just a cosmetic update: Huawei is attacking with many new features and the self-developed Kirin 970 as a central computing unit.
Huawei Mate 10 with full-active display
While the predecessor still has edges on all sides, the Mate 10 is to have a full-active display of Japan Display (JDI) in the 18: 9 format. The resolution is 2.160 x 1.080 pixels, the diagonal at six inches.
Not only the outer but also the inner components are upgraded. Instead of the in-house Kirin 960 probably the Kirin 970 is used, which should take it with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 and Samsung’s Exynos 8895. Unfortunately, there is no information about the RAM and the data storage. It would be interesting to see whether the Mate 10, like its predecessor, will have a fingerprint sensor on the back – or whether Huawei retains the current design language of the P10 model and integrates the sensor in a front-side Homebutton.
3D dual camera and augmented reality
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