A new photo shared by @evleaks gives us what could be the final design of the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 Pro. We know it is launching this October 16, and now we know how it will look like (mostly).
The most eye-catching design features are the new camera modules and the screen on the front. Huawei has separated the two camera modules for the first time, creating a very unusual look which is highlighted by the use of a colour strip. Curiously, the fingerprint scanner has moved to the back of the phone; creating a design that has quite a bit going on in the back.
The new FullView display is present on the front, with shockingly thin bezels on the top and bottom – necessitating the fingerprint scanner move to the rear of the device. The edge-to-edge display encompasses almost the entirety of the front, which makes us suspect the phone will have a screen-to body ratio of 85% or more. Following the Mate family design, we predict that the screen will be of the 6-inch variety on all models.
As with the previously leaked Huawei Mate 10 Porsche Design, the phone will be powered by the new HiSilicon Kirin 970 processor, and may feature up to 6GB of RAM, and with a base capacity of 64GB, with larger storage models in tow. It is also rumoured to have IP67 protection rating, a 4000mAh battery and f/1.6 lenses for the rear camera module.
At last count, we should be seeing four global models from Huawei – the standard Huawei Mate 10, the Mate 10 Lite, the Mate 10 Pro and the Mate 10 Porsche Design. With expected prices starting from $643 (about RM2,700), the phone will be on the premium end of the market.