Alleged Huawei Mate 10 Real image leaks, reveal full screen display

Huawei is set to announce its next generation flagship device i.e. Huawei Mate 10 on October 16. Huawei Mate 10 is powered by an upcoming processor from the company i.e. Huawei Kirin 970. Today an alleged real image of Huawei Mate 10 has surfaced on the web which shows the front display of the flagship device with bezel less display having an aspect ratio similar to 18:9, while narrow bezels are at top & bottom, similar to other flagship devices Infinite Display or Full View Display which high screen to body ratio with no front home button and the fingerprint sensor at the rear panel.

Huawei branding is visible at the bottom just below the on screen navigation buttons instead of a front home button or capacitive buttons. Both the top and bottom bezels are too narrow and indicate a much higher screen to body ratio.

Apart from this alleged image of front display, images of the alleged front panel of Huawei mate 10 has also surfaced on the web and matches with the image of the device above. Have a look.

At the moment, not much is known about the hardware specifications of the device except the Huawei Kirin Processor with a full-screen display.

As with any other leak, take this with a pinch of salt. Stay tuned at Androidpure and we will keep you updated.

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Avinash Kumar
Founder- Editor at Androidpure : A Mechanical Design Engineer by profession, but passionate about Computers, Smartphones, Gadgets, software and anything that helps to learn something new or different. Love to do things which i don't know and dive into unknown territories.

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