Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has launched, the Mate 9, an all new high spec high-priced flagship smartphone which gets faster with each use. The latest device is Huawei’s top-of-the-line product of the P9 lineup. This smartphone is for the users who want to get the best out of a device. The smartphone has a 5.9-inch full HD display, dual camera at the back, USB Type-C. The device is fueled by a 4,000 mAh battery, and has 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal memory and the company’s own Kirin 960 processor which is faster than anything ever and supports better graphics. The design and body are very sleek yet very strong and has a great sound. According to the company, the phone works 80 percent faster than all its rivals even after one year of use. The battery also, as claimed, charges to 60 percent in half an hour which gives the user, at least a day of use.
Another device which the company is launching is a super premium variant called the Porsche Design Mate 9. Though this device will be limited, will have better specs with 6GB RAM and 256GB storage and a curved 5.5-inch display supporting 2K resolution. This limited edition device will cost an enormous amount of $1,549. Meanwhile, the Mate 9 is also pretty costly for the masses, priced at $776 and will be unveiled in Asian and European markets initially. Huawei is the third-largest smartphone maker in the world, and is now with its focus on consumer tech is trying to aggressively make inroads into the premium device market that is dominated by Apple and Samsung.
This new smartphone looks like a well designed and powerful device. It is similar to the last device, Mate 8, with additions like the dual camera and the fingerprint sensor at the back. The most notable feature in this device is that Huawei has introduced an artificially intelligent system which studies the user’s device and according to usage changes the allocation of power. This has an interesting future. Generally, phones get slow after usage, but this device gets faster, more you use it. According to tests done by the company, the speed of the device increased by 8 percent over 10 thousand hours. Huawei has refreshed its EMUI Android based on Android 7.0 for the launch, which has given it a freshly simplified look with more soothing colours and fewer menus at the top. This OS also allows the user to put apps in a drawer, unlike earlier times when anything installed went to the home screen.