The Huawei Mate S was revealed by Huawei during the last IFA 2015. The new device is the successor of the Ascend Mate 7 and it has a 5.5-inch ‘floating screen’ with Full HD resolution (401 ppi) and fingerprint scanner.
Huawei Mate S: Specifications
The Huawei Mate S comes with Android 5.1.1 in its Lollipop EMUI 3.1 edition plus Huawei’s proprietary user interface and a Kirin 935 chipset. A powerful heart of software and hardware backed by 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 128GB with a microSD card.
The main chamber is 13 MP and the front camera is 8 MP, which shows that Huawei has taken care not to leave any of its 2 cameras on the device without benefits. A 2700 mAh battery It will be responsible for ensuring that there is no lack of power to keep the device at full performance for as many hours as possible.
Regarding the software, the Huawei Mate S also has some interesting software additions, such as the ability to launch the camera simply by drawing a “C” on the screen (similar to the gestures that the OnePlus supports) thanks to the technology Knuckle Touch 2.0.
There will also be a variant of the Mate S that benefits from the technology Touch Force, which means that it can interpret different pressure levels for wider functionality (such as zooming in on a photo with stronger pressure). This is a first compared to previous models. Touch Force is expected to be a technology that will also incorporate the new iPhone, so Huawei will be able to say that Apple has narrowly anticipated, At least on this occasion.
Huawei Mate S: Price and Release Date
The Huawei Mate S will be launched at the end of September in more than 30 countries at the price of 649 euros. The Touch Force version, however, will only be available in select more select countries.