Upcoming smartphone will have an ‘EntireView’ screen.
It looks like everyone is going borderless – and Huawei is hopping on the borderless bandwagon as well with the upcoming release of their own Mate 10 smartphone. While the company has already teased a few features, one of the main feature highlights is the new ‘EntireView’ screen that it basically Huawei’s own version of a borderless display.
Following on the heels of the Mate 9 which was dubbed as one of the best Android smartphones available, the Mate 10 will likely use the same homegrown CPUs that match the power and efficiency of the Snapdragon and Apple CPUs.
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Huawei is also promising an even better battery life – and if the Mate 9’s 4000 mAh battery isn’t enough for you then you have something to look forward to with the Mate 10.
More details should be available leading up to the official announcement of the Huawei Mate 10, which is likely to happen this October.