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Huawei latest teaser highlights Mate 10 ‘Is Not a Smartphone’

30 September 2017 0

Huawei is all set to announce Mate 10 lineup smartphones on Oct 16th. However, ahead of the event, the company is continuously releasing the teaser to create hype as much as possible. In last few days we have seen a couple of teasers regarding the Mate 10 which reveals few key features of the upcoming device. Today we have yet another teaser of Mate 10 from Huawei which suggest the upcoming Mate 10 ‘is not a smartphone’ but instead, it's "an Intelligent Machine"

It seems like Huawei is targeting directly new Apple iPhone lineup. Huawei recently announced Kirin 970 SoC has built-in AI feature. Today's teaser clearly highlights the AI capabilities of the upcoming flagship device. What Huawei is trying to convey is that Mate 10 is way more capable than what average smartphone users daily basis usage. The mobile experience will be further improved as the AI processor will keep an eye on usage and will learn user habits to facilitate.


From what we know so far the Mate 10 will be featuring a 5.9-inches display with 2:1 aspect ratio. The Mate 10 screen-to-body ratio will be 84%. A 4,200mAh battery cell will be on board to keep its lights on. It will be company's first flagship smartphone which will be IP67 certified. The device is expected to be released in three variants, the base variant will have 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, it will cost $653 whereas the 6GB RAM variant with 128GB storage will be available $744. The top of the line variant with 6GB RAM and 256GB storage will be released at $850.

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