Autumn is always a busy time for smartphones, so it's no surprise to see that Huawei has sent out invites for a media event to unveil its latest device, the Mate 10. And, if rumours are to be believed, then the world may just have got the first glimpse of the Huawei Mate 10. But now, fresh leaks have indicated of a 6.1-inch display which is even bigger than the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S8. The screen, by the way, developed in Japan forces Japan Display, and its functionality includes the ability to be turned on 24/7.
As per previous reports, the Huawei Mate 10 might pack the in-house Kirin 970 processor. The cost of the smartphone, according to rumors, will be close to $1100 for the basic version.
The Huawei Mate 10 renders have revealed that it would be coming with a bezel-less display. Although it doesn't reveal much of the device launching in the event, it does have a 10 etched in the background, teasing the Mate 10. Also, it is powered by Kirin 970 chipset.
Of course, the Leica-branded dual-camera setup that Huawei is famous for is set to make a return on the Huawei Mate 10, although no word yet on what (if any) improvements it'll offer compared to the Huawei P10.
Huawei's CEO Richard Yu had also confirmed a bezel-free display on the smartphone. Further, the upcoming Mate 10 is speculated to come with features like iris scanner and 2K resolution. The uni-body brushed metal clad design is equipped with a dual camera setup visible in the pictures which show the back of the phone.
Huawei's Mate 9 was a great phone with a standout screen, but if we had one criticism it would be the somewhat boring design. The Mate 10 could run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box.