Huawei to unveil new smartphone with four cameras

Joanna Estrada
September 22, 2017

The Huawei RNE-AL00 smartphone that had received certification from TENAA in China earlier this month is speculated to debut as Maimang 6 or Huawei G10.

Huawei does not take the "Lite" suffix seriously, as it fits the phone with a massive 5.9-inch screen with a 2160×1080 with an 83% screen to body ratio. This phone will globally be released as the Huawei Mate 10 Lite. What makes the phone even more impressive is that it comes with a bezel less design. The phone is powered by its Huawei's home-grown octa-core Hi-Silicon Kirin 659 SoC, which is clocked at 2.36 GHz coupled with the Mali T830-MP2 GPU.

Interestingly. The phone will be made available sometime in November to countries like Europe and will be running Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. This is going to be one of the biggest differences between the Huawei Mate 10 Lite and other Mate 10 devices, at least two of which are expected to run on the Kirin 970 processor. The Maimang 6 is also quite thin at 7.5 mm. It includes 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Keeping things on inside the device will be a 3,340mAh battery. There is a 16MP + 2MP dual camera setup with autofocus on the rear and a 13MP + 2MP dual camera setup with fixed focus on the front. GFXBench listing reveals that the handset will arrive preinstalled with Android 7.0 Nougat overlaid with EMUI skin.

Above the vertically placed cameras on the back, we see a single-LED flash. It will be offered in Streamer Gold, Obsidian Black, and Aurora Blue colours. Below the cameras, there's a fingerprint scanner.

The leak also indicates that the phone will be unveiled on September 22 in China.

Stay tuned with us for more updates on the device as Huawei announces its global launch on the 16th of October under the Huawei Mate 10 Lite branding.

On the rear, you will find a standard 16-megapixel sensor with an additional 2-megapixel lens for evaluating the depth in your pictures, hence producing relatively realistic bokeh effects.

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