While we already know a few things about the Huawei Mate 10, its design has largely been a mystery. Well, this 3D render gives us a look at what could be... assuming the design is based on actual schematics (which is dubious at this point).
The video shows off the bezel-less design that was confirmed by the company CEO. That's a 6.1" screen with QHD resolution, based on recent rumors. Design aside, rumor has it that the Mate 10 will be powered by a Kirin 970 SoC with a 6GB/64GB memory config.
The handset is also said to come with Lecia-branded dual rear-camera setup, and run Android 7.0 Nougat. Battery capacity is allegedly north of 4,000 mAh, and there'll be fast charging support as well.
Rumors so far have suggested that pricing will be over $1,000 and that the Mate 10 will be unveiled in October.
Put a samsung logo on then nobody it's a huawei phone
I dont find the black bars annoying or anything. Do you? It practically a temporary bezels to rest your fingers on. Is that so bad? I see it as an advantage instead. Long display? You can just assume it as bigger phone. Like a regular 6.4 inch smartp...
Huawei still using the bad(back) fingerprint, mediocre side speakers. Oh I forget, most people love this kind of the designs. Let them be.