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Huawei officially confirms Kirin 970 to power the Mate 10 with the handset to be unveiled on October 16

cjmagowan  —  1 year ago ( Sep 04, 2017 )    |    News

Huawei introduced their latest mobile chip the Kirin 970 at IFA 2017 in Berlin last week, the launch event obviously suggests that future devices from the company will have the chipset at their heart. Without going further, Huawei officially announced and confirmed its early leaks of the Mate 10 unveiling this coming October 16 with the event happening in Munich Germany through their official twitter account.

Along with the event details, the twitter post also confirms that the new Kirin 970 chipset will power the Mate 10 device. Earlier rumors suggests that the Mate 10 will feature an all-screen display, a Leica branded dual camera’s and presumably a lot of improvements of what the company’s current flagship the P10 has that gets ported into the upcoming Mate 10 device.

Besides the already known and rumored features of the Huawei Mate 10, there will be more to watch out for the upcoming device so check us back as the event gets nearer for other bits and on the day of the event to know more about the device in detail.