Huawei is expected to launch on November 26 in Beijing, China, a new phablet dubbed Mate 8. The handset is reportedly coming in three variants, with a 6.2″, 6″ and 5.5″/5.7″ display, or at least these are the sizes Huawei Corp has been testing for the last few months.
This week, the Mate 8 gets caught on camera again, revealing a metal unibody housing, large 16MP Camera sensor and fingerprint technology on its back. Other than that, the Mate 8 is said to feature a QuadHD display, in-house made Kirin 950 chipset, 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB built-in storage, while the smaller variants to sport Full HD displays, less RAM – 2/3 GB, probably less storage too.
Huawei Mate 8 runs Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) with the latest Emotion UI version on top of it, as for its price tag and region availability, we will probably learn more next week during November 26 event.
Meanwhile, OnLeaks Twitter account released a 3D rendered video of the handset, which sheds some light on its final design. Take a look!