Huawei has confirmed that the flagship Mate 8 will be launched on 26 November. While we patiently wait for the announcement, the device has passed 3C certification, revealed some details about the device.
According to the regulator’s website, Huawei Mate 8 will be released in three different versions: NXT-AL10m, NXT-CL00 and NXT-TL00. These three versions are likely to be released for three different state of carriers in the country, namely China Unicom, China Telecom and China Mobile.
Listing also shows that all three versions of the flagship device will support the rapid charging at 5V 2A and even 9V 2A, with the maximum effective power up to 18W. Given that the phone supports fast charging a 9V 2A, we can expect that the device will be equipped with a battery capacity from 4000 mAh.
In addition to the new processor Kirin 950, Huawei has not yet confirmed the key specifications of the flagship Mate 8. But recent rumors and leaks that we have seen on the device, you can predperemestit that the smartphone is expected to be a high-end device.
Of course, pricing is also expected to be high so we can expect that the device will cost more than $ 500.