Huawei introduces V10: A perfect blend of Mate 10 and Mate 10 pro

Huawei V10

The Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei has launched its yet another smartphone Huwaei V10 with a handsome price tag and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Yes, I am highlighting the 3.5mm headphone jack because generally the slim handsets coming out these days doesn’t boast a headphone jack with them, however, the Huawei V10 boasts a sleek design with the traditional port.

Some of the reports are claiming that the company has blended its earlier launched Mate 10 and Mate 10 pro to design Huwaei V10. Though the newer handset sports best features from either of the smartphone it comes at a cheaper price.

The Huawei V10 comes fronted with a whopping 5.99-inch 1080 x 2160px of resolution LCD with a fingerprint scanner at the bottom. Over the leaf, you will find a set of dual cameras with a 16-megapixel colour and 20-megapixel black and white sensors. The setup comes with relatively fast f/1.8 aperture but doesn’t boast Optical Image Stabilisation. Besides, it sports a 13-megapixel of front shooter that comes with f/2.0 aperture.

Running on the Android operating system, the new phone from Huawei is powered by a Kirin 970 chipset with up to 6GB of RAM (4GB variant is also available). It comes with options in internal storage, as one variant comes with 64GB storage and while other with 128GB. The handset is fueled by a 3,750mAh battery.

It costs CNY 2,700 for the 4GB/64GB model which is equivalent to $410. The 6GB/64GB model is of CNY 3,000 whereas the top spec model with 128GB storage is CNY 3,500. For illustration, the Huawei Mate 10 starts at CNY 3,900 while the Mate 10 Pro is CNY 4,900 and up. Assuredly, there are a few trade-offs, but some improvements too.

There will be an event on December 5, and we will get the info for the Western launch. The chances are that local taxes and tariffs will strike up the final price. That is also true for the Mates, though.

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Rishabh Rajvanshi

Rishabh, with six years of experience in the newspaper industry, has co-founded The TeCake in 2013. Apart from writing and editing articles on Technology at The TeCake, he also contributes to other esteemed newspapers.

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