Huawei has been gearing up for some important announcements in the next few days. So far we heard rumors of a China event for the announcement of the Honor 7i on August 20, but we also knew that the company would not let IFA pass its radar either. Today the company has come clear on its next media plans.

Huawei has just sent out press invitations for an event to happen on September 2 at IFA. The company doesn’t waste time at detailing what to expect either, as the teaser says that we’ll see the new Huawei Mate 7s. Now judging from previous leaks, this device will retain the current design of the Mate 7, and upgrade its internals with the Kirin 935 processor and backed by the Mali-T628MP4 GPU, in addition to 3GB of RAM. It will also pack a 5.7-inch 1080p display, a 13MP Sony camera sensor, a fingerprint scanner and Android Lollipop with Emotion UI. We even hear that the device will bring some sort of Force Touch technology in tow, though the event should reveal more.

If these rumors are true, than the recent rumors of a possible Huawei 007 might not happen at IFA, or we might just be in for a surprise.


Source: GSMDome
Via: GSM Arena

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