» Tip Us Hey you, we are hiring! Join us if you are an author, developer or designer!

Huawei Mate S2 just passed TENAA Certification; looks similar to Nexus 6P

16 August 2016 0


Huawei is holding a press event on September 1st just a day ahead of IFA 2016 event scheduled in Berlin. In last few weeks, we heard that Huawei will be unveiling Mate 9 on September 1st but later on we heard that company is looking forward to launching Huawei S2 instead of Mate 9.

Today TENAA certified the upcoming Mate S2, thanks to the certification the images of Mate S2 are leaked. On first look, you will also say that device has quite a resemblance with the last year Nexus 6P manufactured by the company. Unfortunately, the listing didn’t reveal the device specs sheet. The Mate S2 fingerprint scanner and overall design is not much different from last year Nexus device.

As far as hardware specs is a concern, the Mate S2 is expected to have a gigantic 5.9 inches display with full HD screen resolution. The company’s own built Kirin 960 Soc will be powering the device at a clocking speed of 2.6GHz and 4GB of RAM. The internal storage of the device will be 64GB. The Android Nougat 7.0 will be on board as OS.


A 16MP camera will be mounted on the rear side of the device where the front facing camera will be of 8MP. Expected price tag of this device will be 3,500 Yuan which is $528 for international customers. The alleged price tag is based on the last year Huawei Mate S device.

TENNA is one of the main sources of revealing details regarding the upcoming smartphones which will be released in China. Though the listing didn’t give much info regarding device hardware specs but it gives us a very good view of device physical appearance. In next few days, we will be sharing more info. Stay tuned.


0

comments

Huawei Mate S2 just passed TENAA Certification; looks similar to Nexus 6P
Write a comment...

Google unveils Android 12L for large-screen devices | UPD: DP1 released

Twitter will let you customize its app's navigation bar for quick access

Moto G200 with Snapdragon 888 SoC, 108MP camera may launch soon

Sony Xperia Pro-I features 1-inch camera sensor, variable dual-aperture