The front of the phone is expected to be dominated by a LCD display that has a 2160 x 1080 pixels, 402 ppi resolution, with a bezel-free design giving it a look similar to that of the Galaxy Edge range, or the iPhone X.
Power will be provided by the Kirin 970 chipset, with an impressive 6GB of RAM making this device an impressive performer, according to Pocket Lint.
A hefty 4000mAh battery will give it plenty of life from a single charge, while a dual camera setup will combine 12 and 20 megapixel snappers on the rear to deliver crystal clear images every time.
The Mate 10 Pro will benefit from running the latest version of Android, dubbed Oreo, right out of the box. As with many other third party devices, Huawei will be adding its own interpretation of the interface to make sure that it stands out from the crowd when it is launched.
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