Huawei Mate 10 will be 'even more powerful' than the new iPhone

Gwen Vasquez
July 28, 2017

Yu forecast the consumer business group's full-year revenue at over $33 billion (roughly Rs. 2,11,825 crores), compared to about $26.7 billion (roughly Rs. 1,71,396 crores) last year.

Chinese smartphone brand, Huawei, who is constantly after the camera technology today confirmed that their upcoming flagship phone, the Huawei Mate 10 will have a bezel-less display, and will compete with the Apple iPhone 8. He has also confirmed that the company will not be manufacturing low-end smartphones.

Check that, the mysterious Mate 10 "series" will be better than Apple's anniversary edition iPhone, according to Richard Yu, with "much longer" battery life, "much faster" charging speed, vastly superior "photographing capability" and, yes, a "full-screen display". With the Mate 10, the company is all set to join the other manufacturers like Samsung, LG, etc. and bring their bezel-less option to the market. And with the launch of the Mate 10, it looks like Huawei is planning on hitting the iPhone hard. With Mate 10, Huawei is planning on taking over Apple in North America.

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However, the smartphone industry is never short of leaks and so far, we have details of what will be the specs of the Huawei Mate 10, a phone that should be released a few months from now. This is again expected to be a narrow display with 18:9 aspect ratio. With the current model based on the Kirin 960, an upgrade to a Kirin 970 has been rumored, a chipset that will be produced using the trending 10nm process, just like the Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895.

Dual cameras have become a mainstream feature for smartphones in 2017. That being said, the Huawei Mate 10 could also ship with Android 8.0 O on board with Huawei's latest EMUI skin on top. Other than that, we don't have a lot of info about the smartphone.

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