Huawei Mate 10 Leaks Tease Dual-Cam Setup & Bezel-less Display

Huawei’s Mate 10 is coming. With their Mate 9 impressing a massive number of users, its about time Huawei lives upto their teases. Huawei has really been working hard at teasing AI in their next smartphone. The Huawei Mate 10 is poised to pickup on recent trends with their Huawei Mate 10 with a bezel-less body taking their “Note” to the next level.

According to what we’ve been seeing from leaks lately, it seems like Huawei is going to pack an 18:9 display as the rest of the competition. Huawei has confirmed and teased that their next smartphone will have a dedicated AI processing unit. This is incredible stuff from Huawei to say the least after all the efforts Apple and Google have been injecting into their AI assistants. As usual, Huawei will be pushing their Mate 10 to be among their flagship party with a price tag of approximately US $600 according to the leak on Weibo. By the time the phone actually launches, we could expect a higher price from Huawei as it ships to the international audience. Afterall, the shipping, marketing and taxes would all add up to the cost of the phone.

Without a doubt, the company has earned a tremendous number of hearts as the company continues to grow with their lineup of flagships. Regarding specifications, we can’t comment on the SoC that Huawei will be packing in the Huawei Mate 10 as Huawei produces their SoCs in-house. Indeed an excellent tease from Huawei as we near its launch.

Huawei Mate 10 Leaked via Weibo
Huawei Mate 10 Leaked via Weibo

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