This fall is shaping up to be a busy season for phone announcements, and the Mate 10 is among the group. The event is set to take place in Munich, Germany, but can't vouch for the accuracy of the information since we haven't received the invitation yet. Moreover, the new chip will have #Artificial Intelligence centric features and will be most likely integrated with the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 flagship smartphone.
Looking back at the November 2016 launch of the Huawei Mate 9, it's safe to assume that the Huawei Mate 10 will launch around the same time in 2017. The screen, by the way, developed in Japan forces Japan Display, and its functionality includes the ability to be turned on 24/7.
The Huawei Mate 10 is heavily pegged to be powered by the AI driven Kirin 970 chipset and 6 GB of RAM. The cost of the smartphone, according to rumors, will be close to $1100 for the basic version. Huawei's CEO Richard Yu, last month had hinted that the Mate 10 could come with a bezel-less display. We've already seen Leica-designed cameras in its predecessor, Mate 9 previous year; and it turned out to be received well. 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.
It's also rumoured to feature the Kirin 970 CPU, with manufacturer HiSilicon claiming that it can compete with Samsung and Qualcomm's top offerings, the Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 835. A dual camera with Leica branding is seen at the back of the phone arranged vertically to each other. Android Nougat 7.0 will also be powering the software on the phone. I think so. What do you guys think about the renders of the Mate 10?
With the Note8 and the iPhone 8 coming out soon, will the Mate 10 make an impression and go head to head with the two big players?