Huawei Mate 10 Pro’s official renders surface online

Huawei recently taken down the Apple as the brand to ship highest smartphones. On the same note, the brand is all set to launch their next flagship smartphones AKA Huawei Mate 10 Pro. Thanks to @evleaks, now we have a complete set of specifications with full renders, leaving nothing to our imagination.

Like the last generation Huawei Mate flagship smartphone, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro features a full metal back with a nearly bezel-less design on the front. So, the device will not feature wireless charging (requires glass back to incorporate wireless charging).

This time around, the OES has once again paired with the premium camera maker Leica. So, the rear-camera will offer a Leica engineered camera, still, there are no lights shed on the dual camera type (monochrome or RGB or telephoto lens). However, one thing is clear, the main sensor offers a larger F/1.6 aperture (second smartphone to do so after the LG V30) which should offer premium camera capture experience with fully fledged camera capability like 4K video recording up t0 60 frames per second and improved low-light photography.

The device will be the first smartphone to feature Huawei Kirin 970 Octa-core SoC, which is the latest flagship processor from the brand with improved performance over the last generation chipset. In fact, this chipset can offer up to 1000 Gbps LTE download speed. For multitasking, the device will offer 6 GB or 8 GB LPDDR4 RAM with 64 GB or 128 GB onboard flash storage with a dedicated SD card slot (up to 2 TB).

The Hauwei’s screen is the main highlight of the device. The Huawei is going along with the race, offering a premium 18:9 aspect ration with QHD+ resolution. However, the display still uses IPS LCD technology, which is a bit inferior over the OLED panel in terms of colour accuracy and brightness.

As per the operating system is concerned, the device will run on Android Oreo 8.0 with custom UI Emotion 6.0 on the top. Even the IP68 water and dust resistance are going to make a comeback. The standard features like fingerprint sensor, USB type C port with fast charging battery are also expected.

The device sounds good, however, the price tag will affect the penetration of the device into the market. If the company launches this device for less than $700 (INR 45,000) then this device is expected to give tough competition to the already existing phablet smartphones like Galaxy Note 8, Apple iPhone 8 Plus as well as the Sony Xperia XZ1.