Huawei has released a teaser (see image below) which says that the company will bring "a taste of the flagship" on September 2 - the event will be held in Berlin, Germany. While there isn't any information on the flagship device, according to a report out of China, the teaser refers to the Mate 8.
Specs-wise, it is expected that the handset will be powered by the Chinese company's home-grown Kirin 950 chipset, and sport a 6-inch display with 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution. It will come in two variants: 3GB RAM / 32GB ROM and 4GB RAM / 64GB ROM.
The Mate 8 is expected to feature a 20.7MP rear-unit and an 8MP front shooter. The smartphone is also said to sport a fingerprint scanner, and offer dual-SIM capability.
That you haven't updated your Mate 7 to 5.1.1 is partly your fault and partly Huawei's. First they've rolled out several beta versions but refused to make it official. Secondly, its up to you to be creative. Don't sit around Lazily. If you're i...
Now I use Huawei Mate 7, It's so fast and good battery. But I want use the android 5.0.1 , so when can I update it. By the ways, can input the language khmer in android 5.0.1.
I had the Mate 7, which was a terrific device. No complaints. Unfortunately, it was stolen. Now, I am waiting for the Mate 8 to replace it.