Tech fans are expecting Huawei to unveil its next flagship device, Huawei Mate 10, sometime in November. Huawei CEO Richard Yu has already confirmed the smartphone’s existence and teased that the mobile device could rival Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone.

In a recent interview with Bloomberg Huawei CEO, Yu talked about how the company plans to grow its worldwide smartphone shipments. The Chinese tech giant is currently the third largest smartphone manufacturer around the world and the company plans to ship about 140 million to 150 million handsets this year.

Huawei's next flagship smartphone vs iPhone 8

However, as the Huawei Mate 10 will arrive sometime after Apple will announce the highly anticipated iPhone 8, Huawei’s next flagship device will be able to compete with Apple’s next iPhone. Huawei CEO even stated that its device would be a very powerful hardware compared to the Apple iPhone.

Specs of the device

As the Mate 10 will easily compete with the upcoming iPhone, Yu revealed that the device will come along with a full-screen display as well as a long-lasting battery life. Huawei's next flagship smartphone will be capable enough to provide quicker changing speed, better photography, near the bezel-less display, as well as several other significant features.

According to GSM Arena, the Chinese tech company’s mobile device would boast the Kirin 970 SoC based on the 10nm process. But, the company CEO has not uttered a single word about the processor of the product.

The processor will not only be faster, but it is also expected to come with AI support. The Artificial intelligence (AI) on mobile devices is becoming a trend, so it would make sense for the Chinese tech company to adopt the technology on its upcoming flagship smartphone.

The upcoming smartphone is also expected to arrive with facial recognition, support for AR, 3D sensing, USB Type-C connectivity and iris scanner. The Huawei Mate 10 is anticipated to be available with a 6-inch display with 1080 x 2160 pixel resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio.

Nevertheless, the company previously grabbed the global market share by rolling out affordable mobile devices with premium specifications.

However, Huawei will no more launch low-end smartphones. So, the company is expected to produce mid-range as well as high-end handsets. It is quite obvious that the tech giant will try to boost the profit margin with the upcoming Mate 10.

The company has yet to announce the details on the release date and pricing of the device.