Since launch in November
It looks like that Huawei Mate 9 was a hot sell in the last few months. It turns out that the company managed to sell 5 million of these phones since the launch in early November.
Our own testing of score consistency
Before we tell you how well Snapdragon 835 benchmarked we wanted to share one more important thing. The 10nm chip really stays cool even after five runs of the same benchmark. Some of its competitors will fail significantly after five runs.
Moving slowly toward the big table
Huawei managed to sell nine million of its P9 flagship phones. Since the company is currently the number three player in the total mobile market, this is not a bad result, but it definitely shows some space for improvement.
5.5-inch 1440p IPS display with Kirin 960 SoC
On the heels of Huawei’s Mate 9 smartphone announcement earlier this month comes another flagship device in the company's 2016 lineup, the Mate 9 Pro.
Nought to 55 percent in 30 minutes
Huawei's Mate 9 Phablet is an interesting device which comes with a USB Type-C charging port that can charge the phone to 58 percent within 30 minutes.
Better screen, more RAM and hefty price tag
In addition to the new Mate 9 phablet, Huawei has also shown off a special version known as the Mate 9 Porsche Design, featuring a smaller but better screen, the same SoC but with more RAM and storage space as well as a hefty price tag.
Powering Huawei's newest 5.9-inch phone
Huawei’s new Mate 9 is a 5.9-inch phablet that comes with with a Full HD screen and Kirin 960 SoC, featuring 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, micro SD card and the Mali-G71 MP8 GPU.
5.9-incher with Kirin 960 SoC
Huawei has announced its newest flagship Mate 9 5.9-inch phablet which will be powered by Huawei's newest Kirin 960 SoC.