Huawei a Chinese smartphone manufacture now have its eyes on the next big thing. Where the company will soon be launching their flagship smartphone known as the Huawei Mate 10. According to recent reports the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 smartphone will be the most powerful smartphone yet. As it will be equipped with Huawei’s latest Kirin 970 processor. Which is the first chip that will be based on the 10nm manufacturing process.

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Currently Huawei is using their Kirin 960 chip in their Huawei P10 smartphone. Which is based on an older 16nm manufacturing process. Just to let you known when it comes to processors the smaller the size of the semiconductors, the powerful the chip can be overall. Same will be the case with the upcoming Kirin 970 from Huawei. Which compared to the larger 16nm Kirin 960, will offer a far better performance at a lower 10nm size. Currently the only other chip that is made on the same 10nm manufacturing process is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Which due to its efficiency and performance is being used in quite a lot of flagship devices. Which includes the Samsung Galaxy S8, OnePlus 5 and Sony Xperia XZ Premium.

In terms of specs the upcoming Huawei Kirin 970 is said be an octa core processor. Which will consist a total of eight processing cores. Where the first four cores will be based on ARM Cortex A73 clocked in at 3GHz. While the rest of the four cores will be based on ARM Cortex A53, running at 1.8GHz. All these eight cores will also be coupled with a Mali G71 MP9 GPU.

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Aside from the new Kirin 970 processor, the upcoming Huawei Mate 10 is said to come with a bezel-less design. While the smartphone will be equipped with a 6 inch display. The smartphone might also come equipped with a dual camera setup, as it’s the current trend in flagship smartphones.