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The Huawei Mate 70 Lineup, Which Will Compete With The IPhone 16 Series, Will Still Be Produced Domestically

Following the US trade ban placed on the brand back in May 2019, the Mate 60 series of smartphones made their debut in China in August and September. Notably, they were the first Huawei phones to employ the in-house Kirin chipset. With the Mate 60 series, Huawei saw a remarkable comeback, with sales rising by 83 percent in October. With this outstanding performance, Huawei established itself as a serious rival to the iPhone 15 series, which made its debut around the same time.On the other hand, sales of the iPhone 15 series increased by an even more modest 11%. As per the Chinese leaker Smart Pikachu, Huawei is preparing to take back the top spot in the Chinese market this year by presenting the Mate 70 series as a strong rival to the impending iPhone 16 series.

Domestic suppliers will supply components for the Huawei Mate 70 series

The leaker claims that the upcoming Huawei Mate 70 would signal the company’s comeback into the mobile phone market and establish it as a formidable rival to the anticipated iPhone 16, which is set to launch in September of this year. With anticipated shipment volumes far exceeding those of the previous generation, including the “Extraordinary Master” variant (machine-translated, most likely referring to the RS Ultimate model), the company is currently fully committed to making sure this device succeeds.

For the Mate 70 series, Huawei will mostly rely on domestic production and self-development, just like it did with the Mate 60 series. A new one-inch primary camera and a big aperture with enhanced light processing will be features of its hybrid camera system.

The Mate 70 series will have a quadruple micro-curved display. The Mate 70 portfolio will have a number of versions with small and large screen sizes, similar to the iPhone 16 series. Huawei intends to smoothly integrate its proprietary Harmony OS with AI functions, pitching the device as a versatile business-oriented tool.

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