Huawei G10 renders leaked showing off four cameras

The Huawei G10 will be launched on September 22.

By Chandrika

    Huawei is all set to launch a new smartphone featuring four cameras on September 22. Dubbed as Huawei Maiming 6, the smartphone will be known as Huawei G10 outside China.

    Huawei G10 renders leaked showing off four cameras

    With about a week to go for the launch, its press renders have been leaked by popular leakster Evan Blass and the website Slashleaks. The images show the Huawei G10 from all the sides. The image leaked by Blass shows the smartphone in Black color, while on Slashleaks the Silver color variant is present. Talking about the phone, it seems to sport a display with the aspect ratio of 18:9.

    There are narrow bezels surrounding the display. The top bezel holds the front dual cameras, LED flash and the earpiece. The Huawei branding is on the bottom bezel. The Huawei G10 doesn't feature a physical home button.

    Huawei G10 renders leaked showing off four cameras

    The right edge of the smartphone holds the power button and the volume rockers, while on the left lies the SIM tray or the microSD card slot. The bottom edge features the 3.5mm audio jack and the micro-USB port.

    Coming to the rear panel, the dual cameras are placed in a vertical housing with a LED flash above. There is also a circular fingerprint scanner just below the camera module. You can see the U-shaped antenna lines as well.

    As far as specifications are concerned, the Huawei G10 is expected an octa-core processor, which is not specified yet, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and a 3,240mAh battery. It is claimed that there will be a 16MP and a 2MP combination in the rear camera setup and a 13MP and a 2MP combination at the front for selfies.

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