Huawei just sent out invites to its next flagship smartphone launch. Set to take place on 16 October in Munich, Germany, we have very good reason to believe that the Chinese company will be unveiling the Mate 10 on that day.
Although Huawei did not explicitly mention what phone it’s launching in October, it will very likely be the Mate 10. After all, the invitation itself has the number 10 prominently shown in the background.
“Meet the device worth waiting for” seems to be what Huawei is foreshadowing with the Mate 10, and if leaks and rumours are to be believed, the upcoming device does in fact show a lot of promises. The most prominent rumour, of course, is the 18:9 EntireView Display of the Mate 10; it should look very similar to the LG G6 or Samsung Galaxy S8‘s display.
Not too long ago, we’ve spoken with the vice president of Huawei’s Handset Business, Bruce Lee. In the interview, he revealed that the Mate 10 will be powered by the company’s new HiSilicon Kirin 970 processor, but he did not give us any further detail beyond this confirmation. Rumours, however, are suggesting that the Kirin 970 will be built on the 10nm process.
The Huawei Mate 10 is certainly one of the most anticipated smartphones from the Chinese company, especially so if leaks and rumours surrounding the device are legitimate. Nonetheless, we’ll just have to wait and see what Huawei has in store for us come 16 October 2017.