Huawei put a lot of resources into making the Mate series noticeable, and the standing ovations it received prove it. After the Ascend Mate 7 made a good impression, it's time for the Mate 8 to step into the ring, on Nov. 26.

Huawei Mate 8 already appeared in a couple of leaked images, and soon enough its specs began to surface as well, but the latest images really put the spotlight on the Chinese manufacturer's latest smartphone. Instead of leaking screenshots or some poor-quality images, the source chose to post a number of press renders that give a good look at the new Huawei handset.

The renders are consistent with the previous leaks. The Huawei Mate 8 comes in a chic and resistant looking unibody design, a trend followed by most OEMs with their high-end phones. The back of the Mate 8 features the main camera, which has a dual-LED flash. Under the camera a fingerprint sensor is installed, and way lower you can see the manufacturer's logo.

The renders also show the bottom, right and top side of the handset. The top is almost clean, with only a 3.5 mm headset jack sitting on the far left of it. The right side features three buttons: the power button and the two volume controlling knobs. At the bottom of the handset the speaker grilles and USB connector are situated.

The most noteworthy element of the renders is, of course, the screen that stretches to almost all the front of the device. The bezels are designed to be as slim as possible, so that they become almost invisible. The design choice might not be everyone's cup of tea, yet everyone can agree that it gives a strong impression and a subdued futuristic look to the Huawei Mate 8.

Previous rumors hinted that the probable configuration will contain a Kirin 950 processor, which is in the range of the Snapdragon 810. Some reports also claimed that there will be two Mate 8 versions: one with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage and another with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of hard drive space. As far as leaked specs go, a Mali-T880 GPU will provide the graphics for the 6-inch 1920 x 1080 display.

The cheaper model is said to cost around $500, while the better fitted version will require extra $100.

Most of us are on their toes ahead of the official Nov. 26 launch of the Huawei Mate 8, and as soon as we have more info we will post it here.

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