Huawei Mate 9 Trails Behind The Best Of The Best; Antutu Benchmark Suite Scores Similar With Note7, Google Pixel XL


Huawei Mate 9 is getting so much popularity these days together with Honor 6X as they have been introduced this year's at CES show. According to reports Mate 9 trails behind the best phones edging closer with Antutu benchmark suite scores of 138623 to Note7's 141159 and the Google Pixel XL's 140747.

 Antutu benchmark is one of the most popular benchmark apps for Android devices as it measures Multitask, Runtime, CPU Integer, CPU Float-point, RAM Operation, RAM Speed, 2D Graphics, 3D Graphics, Storage, and many more. The result Mate 9 is getting from this app proves that it fairs with these great devices and puts Mate 9 the badge of being a better-than-good phone, Computer World reported.

Those who love to possess bigger phones, Mate 9 sports a 6.2 x3.2 inches with a 5.inch diagonal screen and weighs 6.7 oz. Build quality is very high with this device. It has an aluminum case with couple of edges that keeps the phone from sliding out of the user's hand.

Reviews of the phone noted its thin bezel with nothing on the chin of the phone but the Huawei brand. The phone employs two SIMs along its left edge, a USB-C port and robust speakers along the bottom. According to the source Mate 9 has dual-lens camera and a speedy fingerprint scanner. What's surprising about it though, is the IPS LCD with 1080 x 1920 pixels screen it has that is atypical of a flagship phone. Fans are expecting for Mate 9 to have a high-resolution AMOLED screen.

It is worth noting that this long-awaited flagship is branded as intuitive, reliable and features breakthrough SuperCharge technology, Emirates 247 reported. Mate 9 is also set to impress users with new and improved camera technology, speed, and beautiful design.

Dubai is the world's one of the first cities to welcome the launch of Huawei's latest smartphone. It is learned that presently the premium smartphone is launched in just 12 countries across China, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

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