Huawei has been in the news as of late, having the Huawei C199 as well as the Huawei Honor H60 spotted on the TENAA website, which is the rough equivalent of the FCC over here in the U.S. However, it seems that there is yet another smartphone from the folks over at Huawei that is set to arrive later this coming September (which frankly, is not too far away actually), and that would be the Huawei Ascend Mate 3 that is touted to go up head to head against the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
No, that is not a typo, since the Galaxy Note 4 has not been announced just yet, but chances are relatively high that the Galaxy Note 4 is about to roll out in order to keep to “tradition”, which is starting to be an event that most folks would look forward to. Whispers on the street have it that the upcoming Huawei Ascend Mate 3 will arrive with an extremely generous 6-inch display alongside 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution, although at that screen size, some folks might prefer it to boast of Quad HD resolution instead.
Apart from that, it might run on a Hisilicon Kirin 920 processor and Huawei is tipped to roll out the Ascend Mate 3 in three versions across China via a trio of mobile carriers. It remains to be seen whether the Huawei H300 is also the Ascend Mate 3, but as with all other good and decent rumors, let the passage of time decide be they true or otherwise.