This is what the Huawei Mate 10 could look like

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07 September, 2017

Huawei further states that the Kirin 970 should be able to deliver up to 25 times the performance of a quad-core ARM Cortex-A73 CPU, as well as 50 times greater efficiency.

Another noticeable design change pertains to how the fingerprint reader is now up front just below the display. Also, according to Huawei CEO Richard Yu, the Mate 10 will ensure a longer battery life. It is worth noting that this is the regular Huawei Mate 10 smartphone and not the Mate 10 Pro - which might be a little different when it comes to the form factor.

As you can see from the renders, the display runs edge-to-edge, however, the top, as well as the bottom bezels, remain the same. The edges are also well rounded and this time around, there isn't going to be a rear fingerprint sensor but a front fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button.

What we do know for sure about the dual cameras is that it will be co-engineered by German camera maker Leica. The 5.9-inch screen will be the same size as the Mate 9, although the overall device is a hair narrower, indicating slimmer bezels.

Huawei's presentation at the IFA 2017 also confirmed an earlier rumored unveiling event schedule for the Huawei Mate 10 Series.

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The back of the phone is reportedly a curved glass panel, which is a departure from the metal frame of the Mate 9. As for ports, the Mate 10 is said to arrive with the 3.5mm headphone jack and USB Type-C port. The Mate 10 is also expected to arrive with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

A Huawei top executive claimed that the Chinese OEM is planning to employ artificial intelligence-powered features such as instant image recognition to gain an #Edge over its rivals, #Apple and Samsung, in the global smartphone market.

Counterpoint Research's recent data report shows that Huawei has already overtaken Apple as the second-largest smartphone manufacturer in the world.

But make no mistake, Huawei's growth and that of other China brands are no fluke, and is a trend that "no player in the mobile ecosystem can ignore", said Counterpoint associate director, Tarun Pathak.

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