This Is the Phone That’s Supposed to Destroy the iPhone 8 - Video
Wednesday, 6 September 2017 () A new video claims to provide us with a close look at the Huawei Mate 10, a new Android smartphone projected to be unveiled next month in Germany. Huawei, which is currently the world’s third largest phone manufacturer in terms of sales, has promised to give Apple a good run for its money, with the upcoming Mate 10 to become a true iPhone 8 killer in all regards. And this video posted by Indian tech site Compareraja and @OnLeaks provide us with an early look at what to expect and how exactly Huawei could attempt to make the iPhone 8 not that big of a deal. As it turns out, the Mate 10 could come with a fingerprint sensor integrated into a front-facing home button. This means that Huawei’s new model won’t launch with an edge-to-edge display as it was originally rumored, but with a more traditional approach that makes the phone look from the front more like a...
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