The Chinese smartphone company Huawei which recently launched Honor 8 Pro under its sub-brand Honor, is now working on a new device dubbed as Huawei Mate 10. The smartphone is expected to succeed the Mate 9 smartphone which was launched last year in November.The Huawei Mate 10 is rumoured to launch by the end of this year and fresh images of the phone have been leaked out hinting on what the phone could possibly look like. According to the newly emerged pictures of the Mate 10 on a Chinese website, the phone is expected to sport a bezel less display like we see in the recent Samsung phones.Though there is no official confirmation about it but there are chances that the phone in the image could be the Mate 10. There were rumours in past that the phone could come with dual cameras both on the front and the back. The phone shown in the image also sports four cameras-two at the rear and two on the front. However, we suggest you to take these rumours with a pinch of salt since the company has remain tight lipped about the phone Furthermore, the leak hints at a 5.8-inch display with fingerprint sensor placed underneath the display. The other important features expected to come with 2K resolution and iris scanner. According to a Chinese site named Mobile. Yesky.Com, the upcoming Mate 10 could come with facial recognition, iris scanner, 3D sensing and AR compatibility.Also Read: Huawei starts testing Android O build on Mate 9, over 5 million units sold alreadyadvertisementThe Huawei Mate 10 is rumoured to come with a smaller screen than its predecessor but could be bigger than the recent Galaxy S8 and S8+. The phone is rumoured to be powered by HiSilcon Kirin 970 SoC developed on the 10nm process. Past leaks suggest that the Mate 10 could run Android 8.0 with Huawei’s own UI on top. The smartphone could come in two storage variants- 6GB and 8GB variants.To recall, Huawei launched the Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro last year in November. The smartphone features an all-metal design and comes with a 5.9-inchIPS LCD display. The phone is powered by Huawei’s in-house octa core Kirin 960 processor clubbed with ARM Mali-G71 MP8 GPU and Android 7.0 Nougat-based EMUI.
Vinay Kumar’s 6/34, including a hat-trick, helped Karnataka to bundle out Mumbai for 173 and their batsmen then scored 115/1, trailing by 58 runs, on the opening day of the Ranji Trophy quarter-final here on Thursday.In the morning, the Karnataka paceman was right on the money. He dismissed in-form opener Prithvi Shaw off the last ball of the first over and then again in the first ball of the third over he dismissed Jay Bista.Vinay completed his hat-trick by taking Akash Parkar, who was promoted to the top of the order.After that, the Karnataka bowlers went on with the same and created havoc in the Mumbai’s batting line-up to bowl them out for a low total.Three brilliant deliveries, three big wickets and Mumbai were straightaway on the backfoot owing to a @Vinay_Kumar_R special. WATCH the Karnataka captain’s morning magic in @paytm #RanjiTrophy #QF4 #KARvMUM here – https://t.co/erPa0OOd0Y- BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) December 7, 2017In reply, Karnataka batsmen, R. Samarth (40) and Mayank Agarwal (62) started off on a good note before Samarth was dismissed by S. Dubey. Incoming batsmen M. Kaunain Abbas (12) then joined Agarwal and made sure they wont loose any more wickets till the end of the day’s play.EASWARAN SMASHES TON VS GUJARATIn other match at Jaipur, Abhimanyu Easwaran’s (129) ton helped Bengal finish the opening day at 261/6 against Gujarat at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.Easwaran gorged 175-run partnership with Anustup Majumdar (94) and rescued Bengal from 59 for 4 after they were put in to bat.advertisementFor Gujarat, I.H. Chaudhary sclaped three wickets for 49 runs and C.T. Gaja took two wickets.MADHYA PRADESH ON TOP VS DELHIIn the third match at Vijayawada, Madhya Pradesh scored 223/6 against Delhi with A.S. Dane (59) and Naman Ojha (49) scoring handsomely to the cause.Apart from them, Harpreet Singh (47) also contributed at the lower order.For Delhi, Vikas Mishra sclaped three wickets for 40 runs.VIDARBHA VS KERALA MARRED BY RAINIn the last match at Surat, which was kicked off only after tea due to wet outfield, Vidarbha were struggling on 45/3 at stumps on the opening day against Kerala.Medium pacer M.D. Nidheesh took one wicket while left-arm spinner K.C. Akshay chipped in two wickets.