Huawei’s coming strong with the release of the Huawei Mate 10. With their last three smartphones in the mate series being well-received, its time for Huawei to push it a step further. Huawei’s main focus for this generation is to push AI to the next level with their in-house AI processing unit.

So far, we’ve seen an excellent number of leaks regarding the phone. However, there’s no telling how much would change before its official launch later this year. Rumors have been suggesting that the Huawei Mate 10 will be priced at $600. However, regarding the Mate 10 Pro, it seems like the price would soar even higher.

As we enter and get closer into Huawei’s time frame to debut the Mate 10, Evan Blass continues to tease and leak the phone in its flesh. Today, he showed off the Huawei Mate 10 Pro in black which looks stunning in itself. So far, the industry leaker has gained massive recognition for his leaks, and with this leak, it seems like these leaks should most probably be true considering Evan Blass’s reputation.

The Huawei Mate 10 Pro leaked by Evan Blass on the 12th of October 2017

The Huawei Mate 10 Pro leaked by Evan Blass on the 12th of October 2017

AI seems to be a huge focus for Huawei so far, with the company continously teases the AI capabilities of the Mate 10. Indeed there are excellent times ahead for the Chinese manufacturer as the competition congests and toughens.

Regarding specifications, we couldn’t say much as the phone’s internals such as the SoC are built in-house by Huawei themselves. However, we could suggest that the phone will be no short of a beast and will keep up with the competition.

Indeed, these price rumors seem to be super generic for my taste. However, we should expect the Pro variant of the phone to be priced much higher. On top of that, by the time the phone arrives in certain countries, the price hike would be as equally high as other smartphones.

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