The Huawei Mate 10 Pro has leaked before, and the leaks just keep coming. A photo of the Mate 10 Pro was uploaded a week ago, showing off an interesting design and glass back. And, we’ve seen renders of the device in a handful of colors.
A new leak from the frequent and reputable leaker @evleaks adds even more to the puddle of leaked imagery. What we get from this is perhaps the largest and most detailed visual of the upcoming phone Android Oreo yet.
Note 8 meets Google Pixel meets iPhone X
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is expected to launch October 16, with sales starting up soon after. And, from the rumored internals, it could be a bit of a monster.
The display is about as bezel-lacking as they come, and with sizes rumored from 5.9 to 6.2 inches, it comes close to the Galaxy S8 Plus or Note 8 without the curved edges.
Its glass back features a distinctive stripe at the top, somewhat reminiscent of the Google Pixel, and the centrally placed round fingerprint scanner is even more Pixel-esque.
A dual-camera system lined up vertically isn’t the only similarity to the iPhone X. Huawei itself has suggested that the Mate 10 Pro will have advanced facial recognition technology.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu also said the Mate 10 (and by extension the Mate 10 Pro, we’d assume) will be more powerful than the new iPhone. Considering that the A11 Fusion hexa-core chipset in all three new iPhones boasts more power than the Snapdragon 835 chipset appearing in most Android flagships, a Huawei chipset that beats that could see the Mate 10 Pro lead the Android pack.