Huawei's unannounced smartphone with 5.9-inch display and 18:9 aspect ratio certified by TENAA

Huawei is set to announce its next Mate series at an event in Munich on October 16. Ahead of the launch, an unannounced smartphone with 18:9 display has been certified by TENAA and it could be a cheaper version of the Mate series.

Published Date
13 - Sep - 2017
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13 - Sep - 2017
 
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Huawei, China's leading smartphone maker, is all set to introduce its next flagship Mate 10 series at an event in Munich on October 16. The smartphones are expected to feature a new full-screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio and use company's newest Kirin 970 chipset. Ahead of the launch, TENAA has certified a new Huawei smartphone that could belong to its upcoming Mate series.

The certification listing reveals that the smartphone sports a 5.9-inch display with a Full HD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. The display offers 18:9 aspect ratio and is codenamed RNE-AL00 or Maimang 6. Noted tipster Evan Blass had recently reported that Huawei's next Mate series is codenamed Blanc, Marcel and Alps.

The TENAA certification suggests the device measures 156.2 x 75.2 x 7.5mm in dimension and comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB expandable storage. The smartphone is powered by an octa-core processor and houses a 3240mAh battery. It also features four cameras with dual camera setup on the front as well as the back. The RNE-AL00 gets a combination of 16MP + 2MP sensors on the back while the front camera setup includes a combination of 13MP + 2MP sensors. The setup, however, seems like a downgrade from the one found on Mate 9 and P10 series.

A recent leak claimed that flagship Mate 10 will feature a 5.99-inch display with a resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels and offer a bezel-less design. The device codenamed Blanc is also said to offer a combination of 20MP + 12MP rear camera setup. The new RNE-AL00 certified by TENAA might be a cheaper version of flagship Mate series and could debut under company's Honor brand.