First Real Life Images of Huawei Mate 9 are Out!

Well, Looks Great BTW….

Huawei Mate 9 is now just a couple of days away to be launched and today we have got the first Real Life images of the device! Huawei has now grown up as one of the top smartphone brands, thanks to the Nexus 6P. It was the Nexus device due to which Huawei came in the limelight and in 1 year, the company has really made tremendous growth. The Mate series is very popular smartphone series from Huawei and the Mate 8 of last year stunned everyone with its ultra fast fingerprint scanner. The specs of the device were top of the class and it was really a solid device.

Now, the successor of the phone, Huawei Mate 9 is coming on November 3rd and the key specifications have already been leaked! Today, the first Real Life images of the phone have been leaked that reveal the device in full beauty.



One of the main thing that got confirmed with these images is the presence of Dual-Rear cameras. As per previous leaks, there will be 20MP + 12MP cameras on the back. Below the camera is the fingerprint scanner. There is dual Tone LED flash and it seems there will be laser AF as well! Talking about the other specs, the device is coming with Kirin 960 chipset, 4/6GB RAM, 128/256GB Storage, and latest Android Nougat. Well, there are going to be 2 different variants, one with 4GB RAM + 128GB storage and other with 6GB RAM + 256GB storage. Also, the smaller variant will come with a FHD display while the higher version will have a Quad HD screen.

Well, November 3rd is the launch date and everything will be confirmed only on the launch.  Stay tuned as we will update you if any more news reaches us. :D


Written by Arvind Rana

A 17-years Old Passionate Geek, Co-Founder and Senior Editor of ‘The Chipped’. An avid Real Madrid Fan and fond of writing about tech. You can follow him on his social networks :)

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