Yesterday we showed you a render concept video of the Huawei Mate 10, while it looks nice and all, it's not as good as the real thing. Well, we got ourselves some leak shots of the Mate 10's EntireView display. Some of you might have already seen the panel, but not the one that's turned on with apps in it.
As "real" as it looks, it's best we take this image with a pinch of salt. From the looks of it, the flagship does really like "bezel-free" as what Richard Yu, Huawei CEO said not too long ago. The physical home button is gone as well, but we aren't too sure if Huawei will continue the fingerprint scanner behind or embed it beneath the display. And of course, the display looks huge enough to accommodate the 18:9 ratio.
To recap, the Mate 10 will house the newest Kirin 970 processor with A.I. on board. Rumours have it that the flagship will still use the same 12MP + 20MP dual cameras like its predecessors. Stay tuned for more Huawei news at TechNave.com.