Huawei’s latest smartphone is a miniaturised version of the flagship Huawei P9 smartphone that was released last year.
The Huawei P8 was the first Huawei smartphone to be released in 2017, and it was launched alongside the P9.
The P8 and P9 both had the Huawei P10, the first smartphone in the brand’s history to have a fingerprint scanner on the back.
The fingerprint scanner is the first fingerprint sensor in a Huawei smartphone, but the Huawei-branded version of this phone features a much smaller fingerprint sensor.
The first version of Huawei’s fingerprint scanner has a 5-megapixel sensor, but that sensor has a resolution of 1,440 x 1,400 pixels.
It has an 8-megapixels camera and 2-megaspect-ratio f/1.9 lens, with a pixel density of 401 pixels per inch (PPI).
The Huawei-liteos operating system uses a smaller 3-megasecond fingerprint sensor, which has a pixel resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.
The phone’s camera has a 16-megajoule (Majestic) aperture, and its f/2.4 lens has a 50mm-equivalent focal length.
The Mate 9 comes with a 1.3GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and a 13MP rear camera.
The device also features an 8MP front-facing camera, but this sensor has been replaced with a 20MP sensor.
Huawei’s Mate 9 also has a fingerprint sensor on the bottom, but it is an optical sensor rather than a digital sensor, so it doesn’t have a pixel size of more than 50.
This sensor is similar to the one used in the Huawei Ascend Mate, which uses a fingerprint reader to authenticate users when the phone is switched off.
The Kirin 960 chipset has been upgraded from Kirin 845 to Kirin 960, which is a 64-bit octa‑core processor with 4GB and 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM.
The processor is backed by a Adreno 430 GPU, which offers a maximum of 12.5 TFLOPS of compute power and up to 40 times the performance of the Adreno 540.
The top-of in-line camera is a 13 MP selfie camera.
Huawei has a good track record when it comes to making high-end smartphones with excellent camera features.
It also has the best fingerprint sensor of any Android smartphone, thanks to the Mate 9’s physical fingerprint sensor and its proximity sensor.
However, it doesn`t have an optical image sensor like the Huawei Mate 9 does.
This means that it doesn´t have the same high-quality camera as a Pixel XL.
Huawei also has one of the best cameras on any Android phone, but its rear camera is mediocre.
It takes low-light photos in the dark and the top-left and bottom-right cameras can only take pictures with flash.
Huawei Huawei Huawei has the world’s best camera camera, with an excellent sensor, the most powerful camera processor, and one of best camera design decisions of any smartphone maker.
The camera on the Huawei Huawei Mate 8 and Huawei Mate 10 is actually pretty good, although it doesnít offer the same quality as its Android siblings.
The Leica M9 sensor on Huawei’s flagship smartphone has a sensor resolution of 13.5 megapixels and a pixel weight of 2,300 gms.
It is capable of shooting up to 1,920 x 1.05 metres (4,400 x 2,100 pixels) in low-lit conditions, and up a whopping 5,400x 3,200 pixels in full-array conditions.
It features a wide-angle lens, an f/4 aperture, a 1/3.3 aperture, phase detection autofocus, and an ISO range of 200 to 64,600.
The back of the Huawei phone has a 2.3MP selfie camera, a 4K video camera, and the ability to record 1080p video in 4K at 60fps at 30fps (fps).
Huawei’s newest smartphone has one heck of a camera, too.
The 10.1-inch, 1440×2560 IPS display has a QHD resolution, and Huawei claims that it has a 2560 x 1440 pixel display and a resolution up to 178 pixels per eye.
This is also the highest resolution on a smartphone, so you can actually see the screen even at a distance of more or less 1 metre.
The display has an aspect ratio of 2560 × 1440, and this means that the pixels have a total of 821 pixels per square centimetre (pixels per inch).
Huawei also claims that the phone can shoot in 4k at 60Hz