Huawei held a new conference series phones Mate 10 in Munich Germany, at the press conference, the official Yu Chengdong Announced the Huawei Mate 10 series flagship mobile phone. This series phones that occupy the highest end of its lineup. These phones see the Chinese giant get on board with the skinny-bezel trend of 2017 while leveraging its ability in silicon design to supposedly improve AI-related performance. Huawei Mate 10 new mobiles a total of two, respectively, Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, both phones are equipped with Huawei’s first artificial intelligence mobile computing platform.
The main difference between the two phones is in screen size and shape. The Mate 10 features a 5.9-inch 2560 x 1440 LCD while the Mate 10 Pro’s display is a 6-inch 2160 x 1080 OLED; both have thin, symmetrical bezels at the top and bottom. The Pro feels like the smaller phone, however, due to the narrower 18:9 aspect ratio it shares with many of this year’s similarly sized “bezel-less” phones.
The regular Mate 10’s sharper 16:9 screen makes for an unusually proportioned device, albeit one that’ll probably work well for YouTube and other casual video watching — it feels very wide in the hand, but the combination of a huge, standard aspect ratio screen with slim bezels lends a distinctive heft.
Both phones feature glossy glass construction and come in “mocha brown” or “pink gold,” with additional black and gold finishes for the Mate 10 and blue and gray colorways for the Pro. There’s also a Porsche Design special edition Mate 10 Pro with a “diamond black” finish. The Mate 10 is 8.2mm thick and has a fingerprint sensor below the screen; the Pro is 7.9mm and has its fingerprint sensor around the back. The Pro features IP67 waterproofing and an IR blaster, while the Mate 10 gets a headphone jack and a microSD card slot in return.
Beyond external differences, both phones are similarly specced. They each feature a Kirin 970 is the world’s first built-in independent NPU (neural network unit). Specific specifications, the Kirin 970 with 8 core design (4xA73 2.4GHz +4 xA53 1.8GHz), equipped with Mali-G72 12-Core GPU, compared with the previous generation, graphics processing performance increased by 20%, energy efficiency by 50%. 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and dual cameras with f/1.6 lenses. That camera setup includes a 20MP camera and a secondary 12MP monochrome camera designed to gather additional luminance information and detail, as with the P10 and other recent Huawei flagships.
The Pro has an additional variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while the Porsche Design model comes with 6GB of RAM and ups the storage to 256GB. Huawei Mate10 series the dual card dual standby application based on dual card dual 4G support. Do not have to distinguish between the main and vice cards, each card can be free to enjoy the 4G network experience. Support 4.5G LTE technology, have a stronger signal, more frequency band. It’s 4,000mAh battery support fast charge, 30 minutes can charge to 58%
Both phones use USB-C, as you’d expect, and Huawei has developed a desktop docking solution that’s similar in concept to Samsung’s DeX, which in turn is similar in concept to Windows Continuum and the Motorola Atrix and a lot of other things that didn’t work out. Huawei’s spin doesn’t require a dock, however — you can plug your phone directly into a monitor with a cable and expect to get around three hours of use in the desktop environment, which features resizable windows and Office support. The system allows you to use your phone as normal while it’s powering the larger monitor, and there are privacy controls that allow you to stop notifications from popping up.
Color, including bright black, mocha gold, champagne gold, cherry gold. Huawei Mate 10 Pro has gemstone blue, mocha gold, silver diamond gray, cherry powder gold four color. Huawei has set European pricing at Mate 10 €699 ($824), for the Mate 10 Pro is €799 ($942), and a staggering yet unsurprising $1,395 ($1,645) for the Porsche Design Mate 10 Pro.