Huawei Mate 9. (Photo Courtesy: Android Central)
Huawei Mate 9. (Photo Courtesy: Android Central)

Shenzhen-based smartphone markers, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, is gearing up to launch the Huawei Mate 10 – being the next phablet in the Mate series and the successor of the Mate 9 smartphone, and according to the latest online reporting’s, that Huawei Mate 10 may see an unveil in October later this year. In addition, its tipped to sport a bezel-less display, just like Andy Rubins’ Essential Phone that was launch late in May.

According to Chinese website, the Huawei Mate 10 will come with a bezel-less display, facial recognition, support for AR features, and will be equipped with 3D sensing as well. The report states that the smartphone may also be embedded with iris scanning.

Specification-wise, reports claim that the 6-inch flagship is expected to be powered by a HiSilcon Kirin 970 SoC built on the 10nm process, fingerprint scanner underneath the display and also expected to run EMUI 5.0 based on Android 7.0 Nougat.

A few is still known about the specs, but we also predict that the phablet might come with second-generation Leica dual-lens camera, an inbuilt 64GB storage that’s expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB, hybrid dual-SIM design), 4GB of RAM backed on 4000mAh battery (that will support fast charge) same as the Mate 9.

There was no mention/comment from Huawei itself about the the Mate 10.