While there is still some time before Huawei officially launches its upcoming flagship, the Mate 10, the Chinese company has already started to leak images of the handset.
Well, Huawei Australia has now tweeted a picture of all its flagships that sport a dual-camera setup. If you are thinking why is the picture relevant? To answer that, the picture was able to grab our attention because it featured a device that has not yet been announced and significantly it is the Mate 10.
Besides in the picture you can see that the upcoming device is the biggest of the four flagships shown in the image. Interestingly, the image also comes with a hashtag that suggests the Mate 10 is much better than any of Samsung's flagships: #beyondthegalaxy. It also feels like Huawei is taking a jab at the competition. The main rival being Samsung as it has just unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 at an event in New York.
Further, in the image, Huawei has just confirmed that the phablet will be officially unveiled on October 16.
As for the device, the image shows us a glimpse at the Mate 10's back panel with the dual camera setup. On the other hand, this is the first official picture of the phone from the company itself. In these exciting times, we are expecting more details about the smartphone to appear online in the coming weeks.
Earlier reports have suggested that the Huawei Mate 10 will most probably come with an 'EntireView' 6-inch display and have an 18:9 aspect ratio with 2160x1080 pixel resolution.
Under the hood, the smartphone will basically feature the latest Kirin 970 chipset. As per the report from GizmoChina, it notes that the new flagship chipset houses an octa-core processor with a quad-core Cortex A73 cluster and another quad-core Cortex A53 cluster and is further clocked at a speed of 2.8 GHz. The chipset will likely be paired with a Mali G72 MP8 GPU.
Huawei with its Mate 10 is set to bring in a new era of smartphone innovation in the company's history. The question though, "Will it be a worthy competitor?" We will have to wait and see what Huawei will actually bring to the table.