Earlier this week, we told that the upcoming flagship smartphone from Huawei - the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro will be launched with the Kirin 970 SoC on October 16.
It looks like Huawei wants to impress its fans with the Mate 10 devices on October 16. A new report from Compareraja and Onleaks give us an idea of what we can expect to see on the upcoming Huawei flagship smartphone. The report has leaked the 3D renders of the smartphone based on the CAD drawings revealing the possible design of the phablet. From what we can see, we hope that the Mate 10 will be a successful offering in the Mate lineup.
Check our the details those are revealed by the 360-degree video based on the renders.
Large display and bezel-less design
Also, the Mate 10 seems to feature an edge-to-edge design with thin bezels at the sides and thicker bezels at the top and bottom. Eventually, the device is expected to feature a high screen-to-body ratio and an aspect ratio of 18:9. This kind of a design isn't surprising as it is something that we have been seeing on many flagship smartphones those were launched lately.
Glass sandwich design
Besides the bezel-less design at the front, the other major change seems to be the glass back. Huawei seems to have switched the metal unibody design with a glass sandwich design. The rear of the Mate 10 is dominated by dual cameras, flash and sensors.
Kirin 970 SoC will power the Mate 10
At the IFA 2017, Huawei unveiled the in-house Kirin 970 SoC. The Mate 10 is believed to be launched with this latest processor under its hood. The Kirin 970 SoC is built using the 10nm manufacturing process. It is claimed that the Kirin 970 is the first one to feature an in-built AI computing NPU (neural processing unit) that can render 25 times higher performance and 50 times higher efficiency than the other processors.
There exists a physical home button
The 3D renders of the Huawei Mate 10 show that the position of the fingerprint sensor is at the front below the screen. It is not clear if it will be the home button as seen on the Samsung Galaxy devices or double as the fingerprint sensor as in the Motorola devices.
The 360-degree video of the 3D renders
You can take a look at the 360-degree video based on the 3D renders from below. Notably, these are the renders of the Huawei Mate 10 and we can expect the Mate 10 Pro to look better with upgrades.