Huawei Surpasses Apple to be the Second Largest Smartphone Brand

Dora Pope
September 7, 2017

The back of the phone will be made of glass - which is a first for Huawei Mate series of devices. Industry analysis site has pointed out that Huawei has sold more smartphones than Apple has over the last three months.

Mr Naiya, added. "While Huawei climbed to be the world's second largest brand overall, it is surprising to see none of its models breaking into the top ten rankings".

A new leak of what is allegedly the front panel from the Mate 10 Pro has surfaced via Slashleaks.

Note that we're looking at the Mate 10 here - the Mate 10 Pro could bring more pizzazz thanks to a curved screen that wraps around the edges of the phone.

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In terms of how the NPU will help the Huawei Mate 10 take good photos, Yu told Forbes: "It can tell the difference between a cat or a flower when you're trying to take photos, and the (Image Signal Processors) will adjust accordingly". What's not clear about the renders is whether the front-mounted fingerprint sensor will also double as a physical home button or will simply be for scanning fingerprints.

What do you think of Huawei's great achievement in the smartphone market? A dual lens rear camera array is present and correct, likely sporting Leica tech, like its predecessor and the Huawei P10. The dual lens camera will be present as usual and there will still be the 3.5mm audio jack as part of the standard specs. The Mate 10 is also expected to arrive with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

According to Counterpoint Research (via The Verge), the leading Chinese smartphone maker recorded more sales than Apple in June and July. Apple is set to reveal the iPhone 8 on September 12, United States time, which tells observers: Huawei's time at second spot may be done sooner rather than later.

Richard Yu, the chief executive of the company's consumer business sector revealed on Saturday, September 2, that the firm will be unveiling a new #Mobile Processor, which will be fitted on the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 flagship smartphone and other premium handsets from the firm.

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