Huawei Mate 9 to use dual camera units, pack the Kirin 960 chipset, other features
Having already told you about the press event that Huawei has planned for the launch of their new chipset – the Kirin 960 – which we have no doubt would be featured in and debut on the upcoming Mate 9, this seems like a good time to talk about the latter device and put all the leaks we have gotten so far to good use.
Now, there is no gainsaying again what kind of chipset it would run but other facets of its features such as the fact that we are bound to get dual cameras on the rear of this one and they would be the second from the partnership of Leica and Huawei. These rear cameras won’t carry the same mega pixels like we have always seen with one said to be rated at 20MP, the other at 12MP while the front is decorated with the 8MP shooter.
Furthermore, we already expect that the 5.9 inch device would be launched with three different variants parading themselves in the marker. The first one would pair its own 4GB of RAM with 64GB internal storage space, the next would go for a 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage space while the top of the shelf model would use 6GB RAM on 256GB internal storage space instead.
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