New Huawei device, rumored to be the Mate S2, shows up on TENAA
A new device which carries the branding of Huawei has shown up on TENAA and we should be expecting the device soon, even with a launch in China with the recent certification. The listing was done on a very down low and we didn’t even get the chance to lay our hands on any of the specs of the device but from what we have seen of the images, if the Google Nexus 6P was to have a doppelganger, this would be it.
Recall that this same Nexus 6P that we are talking about was made by no other person that Huawei themselves too.
From reports, we have gathered that the smartphone would bear the name Mate S2 and would have the Kiri 960 chipset taking care of affairs under the hood. Under the 5.9 inch of display is a 4GB RAM CPU and the device would be using an internal storage space of 64GB.
The rumours are also featuring the cameras which are coupled at the front unit being 8MP and a much bigger rear camera unit of 12MP. Running the Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box, we are expecting to see this one as early as next month.
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