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Again, Huawei Mate 9 Specifications & Render Leak

by Jed John 5

As the November 3 launch of the Huawei Mate 9 draws nearer, the device as should be expected would remain on the front burner of discussions till it is finally launched. The latest we have got on the Mate 9 is a picture that emanated from Weibo and is said to be a pre-launch page by China Mobile. The picture, which seems to have been grabbed from a smartphone, contains what is likely the main specs and actual render of the Mate 9.

huawei mate 9Basically, the pictorial specs listing comes in to confirm some of the specifications we had already known would feature on the device but also bring along some new details. One of the latest detail is the specification of the Huawei Mate 9’s dual main cameras. According to the pictorial listing, the dual cameras would be a combo of a 12MP sensor and a 20MP sensor. Another is that the device would feature a front fingerprint sensor in addition to the one at the rear.

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Other details listed include that the Huawei Mate 9 would sport a 5.9-inch 2k double curved display, and would be fired up by a Kirin 960 processor with a 6GB RAM assisting the SoC inside. That is an indication that the top-most version is being touted and it would have a large storage of 256GB on board. The device is also listed to run on Android 7.0 Nougat OS. Additionally, the Mate 9 is touted as seeing an upgrade on the fast charge aspect, as it is listed to support 5V / 8A charging output. Perhaps this would form part of the long battery life Huawei teased recently to feature on the Mate 9.

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  • Beznatry

    Hope the front fingerprint sensor is real, the lack of it was the thing that bothered me the most

  • Saku

    Goodness, this will rival Iphone 7, Pixel and S7 in price, though I have doubts in the performance.

    • Huawei’s CPU parts have been industry leaders since the Kirin 950 has launched(check benchmarks), now they have finally put a very competitive GPU in the chip.
      Make no mistake, the Kirin 960 will be able to compete with Mali 880MP12 in the S7 Edge, but will probably fall just short of Adreno 530 as far as graphics power is concerned.

      • Pezzo

        Considering that they said that Mali-G71 was about 180% better than the 880MP4 they’ve been using, I’d say that they will crush Samsungs MP12 and Adreno 530. The funny part is that it’s still only using 4 cores like the older Mali-T880MP4.
        Aside from that, according to their “tests” they’ve gotten increases of up to 100% for ram performance. So if they optimize their UI, then we’ve got a beast in our hands.

        • I wouldn’t go for the crushing part, but on maybe equal terms would be nice. After all, nothing on Android can harness that much GPU power, yet!