Huawei is here, with an introduction to it’s line of phones, known as Huawei Mate 8, a flagship device the company hopes will lead it’s expansion, and notably successor to last year’s Ascend Mate 7.
It seems that Huawei Mate 8 takes a lot of cues from its predecessor Ascend Mate 7, which has similar aluminum design and a fingerprint sensor just below the rear camera.
It sports a large 6-inch, 1080p LCD display like the Mate 7, 4000mAh battery to boot, the large screen on the Huawei Mate 8 manages to bring its screen-to-bezel ratio up to 83 percent.
Internally, the Mate 8 features a strong processor Kirin 950 system on a chip (SoC), which features four 2.3 GHz cores and four 1.8 GHz cores CPU, well as Mali T880MP4 900 MHz GPU. The combined feature places the device at high efficiency which will allow the battery on the Mate 8 to last up to 30% longer than on the Mate 7.