Huawei teased last month that the Mate 10 will feature a full-screen display to better compete with Apple. Now, a set of new CAD renders of the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 has surfaced online, showing what the device might actually look like. As expected, the Huawei Mate 10 appears to have an edge-to-edge display with significantly thinner bezels. New CAD renders of the Huawei Mate 10 shows off its thinner bezels and taller display.
The smartphone landscape is changing so fast that what worked a year ago would be a disaster today. Every manufacturer deals with it in its own way: Apple is moving at its own pace, careful to add one marquee feature in each new iPhone. Samsung seems to love tossing in a dozen odd features in the hopes something will stick (although the company's toned down the gimmicks this year). The up and coming Chinese manufacturers just try to make a good looking, powerful phone and sell it cheap. With its latest flagship P9 (and P9 Plus), Chinese smartphone maker Huawei -- the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world according to IDC -- is trying to out-Apple Apple.
The dual-camera setup is one of the latest mobile trends in the mobile market, which has now made its rounds on a host of devices. Even the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to feature a dual-lens camera. If true, the updated shooter may be one of the device's most exciting features. A dual-lens camera setup is able to composite shots from two lenses and incorporate different views into a single image. Often pairing an RGB color lens with a monochrome lens or a wide-angle lens with a telephoto lens, such a setup can allow for sharper imaging, special focus effects, such as Bokeh or for several zoom options.
Renders for the Huawei P20, P20 Lite and P20 Pro have all leaked online, seemingly confirming their designs and some of their features. All three variants of the P20 will feature an iPhone X-style notch, while the P20 Pro will arrive with triple cameras on its back. The renders for upcoming variants of the Huawei P20 were leaked by Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter. Although all three of the variants share a lot in common in terms of design, the upcoming Huawei phones have some distinct differences. The Huawei P20 and the P20 Pro both have a very thin bottom bezel to accommodate a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.