While we do know that Huawei has already sent out their invitations for the IFA event that is kicking off in IFA 2014, in Berlin, Germany, this coming September 4th, one cannot but help that their previous teaser does point to something along the lines of the number 7, which is why one cannot get the idea of the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (which is alternatively known as the Huawei Ascend (Mate 3) D3) being the particular handset that will be announced.
Still, the alleged unreleased smartphone has been caught on camera in its typical blur format, although this secretly taken photo (or so we are led to think) points to the inclusion of a fingerprint scanner that is located at the rear, right below the main camera. It will carry the Z100-CL00 model name, sporting a 720p resolution display whose size we do not quite know yet.
Not only that, the exact type of the SoC also remains unknown, as with its number of cores. So far, we do know that it runs at a clock speed of 1.6GHz, and it also carries the same amount of RAM as the purported iPhone 6, which is 1GB, accompanied y 16GB of internal memory, alongside the ability to use two SIM cards within at once. Ah well, all will be known early next month.