Huawei Mate7 Compact: 5.5 Inch Smartphone Yet Again Leaked Ahead of MWC 2015


The upcoming Huawei Mate7 Compact has been subject to rumours and leaks. Now, a new leak on Twitter has revealed what is believed to be an alleged image of the Mate7 Compact.

The forthcoming handset is reportedly a smaller version of the Mate7, which went on sale in China last year.

However, the latest speculations need to be taken with a pinch of salt considering the fact that Huawei has issued official confirmations regarding the speculated device.

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Huawei Mate7 Compact: 5.5 Inch Smartphone Yet Again Leaked


Technical specifications of the Huawei Mate7 Compact are also yet to go official, but speculations are rife that the phone will be a high-end device.

Apparently, some media reports suggest that the device will sport a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 FHD display, a HiSilicon SoC , 3GB of RAM and a large battery backup.

The smartphone is also expected to incorporate various connectivity options such as 4G, Wi-Fi, micro-USB and NFC.

Huawei Mate7 Compact may be launched in March this year, considering the fact that the tech giant from China is known unveil slew of devices at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) tech conference.

The pricing details of Mate7 Compact is not available at this point of time. However, we're expecting it to cost less than $400 (Rs. 25,200).

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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