Huawei‘s Lite Version of Mate 10 will Feature Quad-Cam and an 18:9 Display

September 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei is all set to flaunt its new range of Honor Mate 10 devices on October 22. While details about the big Honor Mate 10 has already been out in packets, seldom have we came to know about its younger sibling, the Mate 10 Lite.

Codenamed Rhone, the Mateo 10 Lite will be the less power-packed version of Mate 10 that will be introduced with a cheaper price tag. But if keeping aside the inside hardware, Huawei hasn’t much downgraded the specifications of the smaller device despite restricting the device to a below segment than the Mate 10.

The first and foremost feature is the 18:9 aspect ratio that will be maintained by the 5.9-inch device. Huawei is all set to embrace the new aspect ratio with Mate 10, and it seems like they will be carrying it forward to the younger version as well. The Mate 10 Lite will pack a screen resolution of 1080 x 2160.

Apart from that, the Mate 10 Lite will also feature the quad-cam setup of the big device. That includes a dual-cam setup each for the front and rear side of the device. The primary cam will feature a combo of 16MP and 2MP sensors, while the secondary front cam combo will replace the former with a 13MP sensor.

The device also features a metallic unibody design, and beneath that is a Kirin 659 octa-core chip with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Battery size is of 3340mAh, which should comfortable take the device through a day’s activity.

The Huawei Mate 10 on the other hand will pack the flagship Kirin 970 chipset with a RAM of 6GB. The display is also an improved one, packing QHD resolution of 2880×1440 pixels in a 6-inch screen. Both the devices will be launched on September 22, and will be made available on stores in China by the mid of October.

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