Huawei has become an advocate of that saying of the very wise Spanish proverb: "A troubled river, fishermen's profit." Now it seems that she is determined to try new things when leaking the Huawei's first "all screen" mobile.
While we have seen the attempts of LG with its LG G5 and its modules, or the incredible success of Samsung with the edge panels of the Galaxy S6 and S7, and the spectacular Galaxy S8 and Note 8 with screens with 18:9 format, we were waiting for the Huawei company and its way of understanding new trends; even as it has surpassed Apple in smartphone sales.
Shortly after the arrival of the Huawei Mate 10, the Chinese company is about to unveil its first "all-screen" smartphone with that 18:9 format, which would be the Huawei G10. The G10 will be announced on September 22, though it will only be available for purchase in China, at least at launch.
It must be said that the 18:9 format of the Huawei G10 screen will not be its only interesting aspect, but rather that it will have four cameras for the user, two on the front, and two on the back.
The new images leaked from Weibo confirm everything said when going through TENAA, the Chinese regulatory commission at the beginning of the month, so we are facing a more than interesting terminal that In a matter of three days we will have it completely for our enjoyment, and for those who purchase it.
We remind you that apart from the four cameras and the 18:9 format, the Huawei G10 will have a 5.9-inch Full HD screen, a Kirin 659 chip, 4GB of RAM memory and 64GB of internal memory.
Android 7.1 Nougat and a 3,340mAh battery finish defining this phone, which will be Huawei's first "all-screen" mobile, a company that has managed to earn the trust of the general public in many parts of the planet.