Right now, techies are eager to see the new iPhone 8 and Samsung #Galaxy Note 8. While both are the top brands that smartphone junkies follow to date, Huawei may just pull a fast one with the #Huawei Mate 10.

Apparently, Huawei is around lurking, offering its impressive line of phones to the consumer market. While it is trying to figure prominently, the upcoming features could be something to consider. Some of the things to expect from the rumored device were revealed by Richard Yu, Huawei’s chief of consumer division.

The specs of the Huawei Mate 10 so far

While Yu did not offer the complete specs of the Huawei Mate 10, it is worth noting that there is a device coming out.

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According to his talk with Bloomberg, the device will feature a longer-lasting battery, full-screen display, and fast-charging.

Aside from that, the Mate 10 will continue to have a reliable camera which Huawei has been focusing on as of late. With no details, it is expected to be high-end and likely give Apple and Samsung a run for their money.

Standout feature saved for later

From the details so far, the only thing most would want to see would likely be the cameras the Huawei Mate 10 would be offering. The bezel-less display hardly stands out, seeing how Apple and Samsung are expected to offer some ground-breaking technology.

With the limited information, most will be keeping tabs on the chipset, RAM compliment, storage options and enhancements that the Mate 10 will be offering. The best reference right now is perhaps seeing how specs could improve from the #Huawei Mate 9.

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For the benefit of those who may be unaware, the Huawei Mate 9 runs on a Kirin 960 octa-core chipset, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage with additional storage via microSD. It comes with a 20 MP main camera and front-facing 8 MP shooter plus the advanced biometric features like fingerprint sensor which most phones come with to date.

As most contemplate on the features of the next Huawei Mate, expect a new chipset to come out and make sure the Android-powered device runs accordingly. In all, it depends on the power requirements that the upcoming device would require.

Yu is expectedly confident though his dish could be up for debate. Huawei is slowly creeping in though it remains to be seen if this would go as far as to crowd the highly anticipated coming of the iPhone 8 and/ or Samsung Galaxy Note 8. All that should settle down in the coming months once all smartphones are formally introduced.