Huawei’s smartphone ‘V10’ has been released in China.
Huawei V Series is famous for the low price for premium specifications and still, it has not forgotten the expectations.
In addition to high-performance of dual cameras, the price of the Huawei V10 with the Kirin 970 processor (Snapdragon 835 performance) is 2,700 yuan (about $408 in USD).
There is a lot of evaluation that V10 has enough competitiveness with solid performance against the price in the market, however there is also a point that there is a high possibility of self-incursion due to the difference compared to the previous Mate 10.
Huawei V10 has following specifications:
- Display: 5.99 inch Full HD Plus (1080 x 2160)
- AP: Kirin 970 (Equipped with the world’s first mobile AI-only neural processing device)
- Rear Camera: 16 million (color) 20 million (black and white) pixel camera (hand shake correction not supported)
- Front Camera: F2.0 13 million pixels
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 64GB
- Battery: 3750mAh
- Colors: Beach Gold, Aurora Blue, Charm Red, Night Black
2. Apple, Increased iPhone X Production
The product volume of iPhone X has been suffering from the shortage of supply and demand until recently. However the product volume is gradually increasing to a normal level. Specifically, The supply shortage of front-end camera and antenna module had been suffering from the recent severe yield problem will be resolved and the production of iPhone X is expected to increase to 4 million units.
3. Samsung Started Mass Production of AP for Galaxy S9 Series
Recently, Samsung has entered the production of the latest AP to be installed on the Galaxy S9. The AP, which will be mass-produced based on the 10 nano second-generation process, is expected to be applied to the EXX Note 9810 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
The performance compared to the existing product (Snapdragon 835) is expected to improve 10%, and power efficiency by 15%.
As Samsung started to mass-produce core parts of the S9 series, the industry’s attention is focused on the launch of the Galaxy S9. Although it is claimed that S9 will be released at CES next January due to anticipated early release, Samsung has been denying it.