Fresh news from China: the battery of Huawei Mate 10 will be created using a new graphene technology instead of the usual Li-Ion / Li-Pol and will get unusually large for the flagship smartphone capacity of 4500 mAh.
Compared to classic lithium batteries, the development of Huawei on the basis of graphene is capable of operating without problems at a temperature of +60 degrees Celsius. But that is not all.
The service life of graphene batteries is twice that of conventional Li-Ion batteries. In addition, they charge faster and last longer keep a charge. So in Huawei mode, Mate 10 will be able to stay much longer than its competitors.
Due to the high thermal conductivity, the graphene battery of Huawei Mate 10 will not suffer from overheating. In addition, the technology itself is such that the battery can not a priori explode. So the new device Huawei is guaranteed not to suffer the fate of Galaxy Note 7 from Samsung.
Of course, the use of innovative components cannot but affect the final cost of the smartphone. It is expected that for the top modification Huawei Mate 10 will ask for almost 1100 US dollars, due to what it can become the most expensive flagship of the coming autumn.
In addition to the battery with graphene, Huawei Mate 10 will boast a 6-inch frameless display with a resolution of FullHD + 1080 × 2160 pixels, an aspect ratio of 9 to 18 or 1 to 2. It is possible that the “maximum” version will have a screen QHD + 1440 × 2880, like the LG G6 and V30.
But the built-in directly into the screen of the fingerprint scanner from Huawei was never able to do. For this reason, fingerprint sensor Mate 10 will be located on the back of the smartphone, as well as with the company’s earlier smartphones.