Pocketnow has just been notified by Huawei that the Huwaei Mate 10 has a new software layer that intelligently detects the overall color tone of the home screen or lock screen. This is used to automatically change the color of the on-screen text to complement it.

Oh, and apparently the aspect ratio of the Mate 10’s display is a cool 2:1, not 16:9 as has been previously intimated through rumors. The frames we have come from a screencapture clip with a cool 1080 x 2160 resolution. Check out the released video yourself.

This is only a preview of what may come and at this point, we can’t be certain that this could be downscaled from a Quad HD resolution. One previous rumor mentioned that a Japan Display LCD part with a 1080 x 2160 field was going to be used for this year’s Mate.

Three Mate 10 variants have been rumored so far with a codename ‘Marcel‘ being associated with the main model. Specification chatter didn’t make clear if this version’s display would stick with a 16:9 aspect or go on to the trendier 2:1.

You May Also Like
Realme X50 Pro Player Version
Here are the Realme X50 Pro Player Edition display details
It will support HDR10+, DCI-P3 color gamut, and deliver a peak brightness of 1,100nits.
Walmart’s Onn Pro tablets bring USB Type-C port and Android 10 to the entry-level
Both of Walmart’s new Onn Pro tablets are powered by an octa-core processor and are claimed to last 10 hours on a single charge.
Realme X50 Pro Play
Realme X50 Pro Play with 90Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 865 SoC announced in China
It will be made available for order starting today and will go on sale starting June 1 in China.