Huawei Mate 10 will launch on October 16, 2017. Until then are only a couple of days, and reportedly, Huawei Mate 10 camera could sport a camera with a F/1.6 aperture lens. The f/1.6 aperture lens is larger than the F/1.8 which is used on Huawei’s P10 Plus flagship smartphone. Keep reading to find out more!

Huawei Mate 10 Camera Feature

Richard Yu, Senior Vice President of Huawei, made an interesting hint regarding Huawei Camera featuring F/1.6 aperture by saying something like “we’ll have milk and bread.” The quote hints at Huawei Mate 10 featuring a F/1.6 aperture lens. However, Yu could have also hinted that Huawei’s new flagship will feature other low light photography functions as well.

According to the reports from previous weeks, Mate 10 will sport Leica dual lens camera with 23- and 20-megapixel sensors of the third generations. The 6.2-inch full HD display will make its appearance on Mate 10 and specs-wise, Huawei’s new flagship will be running on a Kirin 970 processor, and a 4000mAh battery.

As we mentioned above, Huawei’s new flagship smartphone – Huawei Mate 10 is likely going to launch in a couple of days on October 16, 2017. The smartphone is going to carry a 4299 Yuan price-tag. We just hope that the speculations regarding Huawei Mate 10 camera boasting a F/1.6 aperture lens are true and that users will have a lot to look forward to.

If the expectations are accurate, Huawei Mate 10 is going to compete with other flagship smartphones such as iPhone 8. The company also announced that Huawei Mate 10 will have Android 8.0 software pre-installed and that users will be able to use it once the phone gets shipped to them. The upcoming Huawei Mate 10 Pro which is expected to launch together with Mate 10 is also likely to run Android Oreo. It is rumored that Huawei will feature its new EMUI version on October 16.

Are you a fan of Huawei smartphones? Do you think that Huawei Mate 10 Camera will feature F/1.6 aperture lens? Do you think that Huawei is a worthy rival to iPhone 8 regarding camera quality? Share your thought with us in the comments!

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