The Mate 9 by Huawei is one of the first android phones to be powered by Android 7 – along with the choice of two designs. One with a 1080p fully HD display and another Porsche branded edition (previously worked alongside blackberry) with a resolution twice the amount.
The standard edition has a size of 5.9 inches for around £630, or if you want to go for the sophisticated Porsche edition with a 2K curved display at 5.5 inches, you best get your wallets as it is a whopping £1,200. A bit of a difference.
They are both powered by the same chip, Kirin 960 which is the fastest smart phone processor to date.
Have Huawei followed the pattern of other Android phones?
Huawei have followed other Android smart phones with locating the finger print scanner on the back of the phone – many believe it is the easiest way of unlocking your phone in a comfortable position.
People have said the process of setting this up is quick and painless and the smooth and responsive result is constant.
The beauty of the phone pays off
The design of the phone is beautifully finished by polished aluminium with a choice of six colours, white, black, rose gold, silver, grey and gold. Or even personalise your own phone case.
The beauty of the camera offers such sharp and defined images, it is the perfect little photography tool. It has second generation Leica Dual Cameras and captures unbelievable detail for all those memorable moments.
You even have enough memory for all the photos you want to take with an amazing 64GB of storage – you can also expand with microSD cards.