Huawei introduced the Mate 9 along with a Fit activity tracker at an event in Munich. Alongside, the flagship phone, a Porsche variant, which will be a limited edition, was also launched. The Mate 9 will retail at EUR 699 (approximately Rs 52,000) and will be available in colours like Black, Space Gray, Moonlight Silver, Champagne Gold, Mocha Brown and Ceramic White. The limited edition Porsche Mate 9 will be priced at a whopping EUR 1,395 (approximately Rs 1,03,000) and will be shipped only in Graphite Black colour. The fitness band will cost EUR 149 (approximately Rs 11,000) with different colours to choose from such as Moonlight Silver, Titanium Grey in 18 and 20 mm and swappable straps like Black, Orange and Blue. There is no confirmation as to when these devices will launch in India.
Coming to Porsche design, it features a higher resolution, smaller in size, lighter in weight, sleeker on the sides with more RAM space. The base variant will come with 5.9- inches FHD IPS display harbouring 4GB RAM while the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 9 will sport a 5.5- inch QHD AMOLED display coupled on a 6GB RAM. The main features of the flagships are the integration of dual-lens camera, which was co-engineered with Leica.
To recall, the P9 was the first Huawei device to feature the dual lens camera. Both the flagships will come with a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor and 12- megapixel RGB sensor at the rear of the phone. Additionally, it is packed with optical image stabilisation, Hybrid Zoom, dual tone LED flash. Coming to the front, it has an 8-megapixel piece for selfies. Apart from that, both the phones will be powered by the latest in-house HiSilicon Kirin 960 SoC on an octa-core processing platform and will also come with the latest version of Android Nougat skinned atop with EMUI 5.0. To keep the lights on, the phones will have a battery life of 4000mAh, with SuperFast technology that will work as a fast charging feature for both the phones. The Huawei Fit activity tracker will sport a circular design, sporting a 1-inch LCD display with a resolution of 208×208 pixels.
The band can be used for all physical activities and it is integrated with heart rate monitor to keep a track of your health. Moreover, it acts as a medium to check all the notifications on your phones. The only drawback is that it doesn’t feature GPS, but pairs up with your smartphone only when the Huawei Wear app is installed on your phone.
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