TENAA shows off shots of the Huawei Mate 7s

In the US as a new smartphone prepares to come to market, it has to go through the FCC to get approvals it needs to be sold. China has a similar organization that gives approvals to devices being sold in the country, that organization is called TENAA. TENAA commonly tosses images of new smartphones that haven't gone official yet out to the public as it grants certifications and the latest smartphone to be spied getting certified is from Huawei.

Rumors claim that this phone will be offered in three versions for Unicom Mobile including dual 4G verisons. It will come in gray or gold colors. The smartphone appears to have a fingerprint scanner of some sort on the back under the camera.

It looks a lot like an Apple product in these images, even the icons look very Apple-like. The phone is believed to be the Mate 7s. Other rumors claim that the Mate 7s will launch September 2 in Germany at IFA.

One interesting feature rumored for the smartphone is a pressure touchscreen. Rumors claim that pressure touchscreen will offer different tactile feedback with long press or short presses on the screen. A 5.7-inch 1080p screen is rumored along with a unicorn 935 eight-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 13MP camera.

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