Photos Allegedly Reveal the Upcoming Mate 9 from Huawei
Huawei has a product launch event coming up this week, so it’s not surprising that we’re seeing an influx in rumors surrounding their next flagship smartphone. The company launched the Mate 8 last year in November, so everyone is expecting to see the Mate 9 during the November 3rd product launch. Rumors about the Mate 9 started all the way back in April of this year when the device was rumored to launch with the Kirin 960 and a dual 20MP rear camera setup.
We don’t know if the two rear cameras will be 20MP or not, but the company did officially announce the Kirin 960 SoC recently. A couple of months ago Huawei trademarked the name SuperCharge in the EU and many are speculating that this be the name of the company’s fast charging technology for the upcoming Mate 9. Then it was just last month that we had two leaks about how the device will look from none other than Evan Blass himself.
The first image showed that Huawei is likely to be launching two models of the Mate 9. One with a flat screen and then one with a dual curved edge screen (similarly to what Samsung does). Then toward the end of last month Evan was able to get his hands a high quality render of what he believed to be the Huawei Mate 9. He also revealed that his sources told him the device would have a 5.9″ display, 4GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage.
The most specced-out version of the Mate 9 is even said to cost upwards of $1,300 if rumors are to be believed. So today, there has been four different real life photos leaked of what looks like the Mate 9. The photos match up with the press renders that we’ve seen, and seem real convincing that this will be the device Huawei officially announced on November 3rd. Check out all the images at the source!Via: Phone Arena Via: Source