Huawei announced its latest Kirin 970 SoC at IFA 2017, Berlin. Now company has revealed that It will announce its Mate 10 Series smartphones on October 16, 2017.
The Mate 10 Series will include Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro. Company has also revealed that these cell phones will be powered by Kirin 970 Chipset, which is the first SoC to feature dedicated neural network processing unit.
Richar YU, Huawei’s CEO has already confirmed that that Mate 10 smartphone will pack in a full-screen display and sport better cameras. In addition to that, fast charging will be supported as well.
Last month, Huawei’s Australia Twitter handle tweeted a photo, that showcased the rise of dual camera phones in Huawei smartphone lineup. It also gave out the same date with is October 16th.
Interesting thing about the teaser is that it revealed a picture (rear side) of this unannounced smartphone, showcasing dual cameras. The Mate 10’s alleged dual cameras could by a Leica Lens with Monochrome and RGB sensors, similar to its predecessor.
We are almost certain that it will have dual ISP for motion detection, low light enhancements and 4-hybrid focus. It will offer LTE Cat18 download speed as well, which is an immanent feature in Kirin 970.
Do expects more renders and spec sheet to surface before the Mate 10 launches at Munich, Germany on October 6.