Huawei Mate 10 already debuted last week and now we’re waiting for its 4 versions to reach the stores. Till that happens it’s obvious we’ll also get some certifications, like the FCC one just spotted below. The device is codenamed BLA-L29 and it’s the dual SIM international version of the Mate 10 Pro handset.
It’s been certified for usage on LTE networks and also passed tests for Bluetooth, WiFi and NFC. The battery pack inside has also been approved, with the model number HB 436486 ECW. The Huawei BLA-L29 and Huawei BLA-L09 have to do with the Mate 10 Pro global version, with the L29 being the dual SIM model and the L09 the single SIM one. The Mate 10 Pro should hit the market in November, with a 6 inch Full HD+ screen and very narrow bezels.
The machine packs 6 GB of RAM, a powerful Kirin 970 CPU and keeps the dual back camera with Leica tech. While it combines a 20 MP and 12 MP sensor, this time we have F/1.6 aperture and a new generation of lenses and Leica tech. There’s a 4000 mAh battery here, an AMOLED screen panel, stereo speakers and the body is made of glass and metal. The screen has a new aspect ratio for Huawei, 18:9.
By the way this device also inaugurates Android 8.0 Oreo on Huaweis, with EMUI 8.0 in tandem.