The Huawei Mate 9 was unveiled at an event in Munich on 3 November.
We've compiled everything we know about Huawei's newest phablet below.
The Mate 9 arrives in two different styles, the first a more traditional design like Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, while the Porsche Design Mate 9 opts for a more curved aesthetic.
Both editions are powered by an octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 960 chip, and Mali-G71 octa-core GPU.
The Huawei Mate 9 boasts a borderless 5.9in 2.5D display - the panel is a Full HD model and offers 373ppi.
The luxury Porsche variant gets a smaller 5.5in screen (that gets a bump to 2K resolution), and ups the Mate 9's spec-sheet from 4GB to 6GB of RAM, plus 64GB of storage to 256GB.
When it comes to cameras, Huawei has stuck to the set-up first seen on the Huawei P9.
The Mate 9 will employ one 12MP colour and one 20MP monochrome sensor. Aperture remains the same at f/2.2, but Hybrid Zoom and 2x magnification has been added. The dual snappers will be accompanied by a front-facing 8MP selfie cam.
The Huawei Mate 9 will be available in Space Grey and Silver colours in Europe.
The Porsche variant will debut an exclusive Matte Black.
The Mate 9 will be the first of Huawei's devices to run Android 7.0 Nougat. Huawei's Emotion UI (v5.0) will sit on top.
Price and release date
Pre-orders begin on 4 November for the regular Huawei Mate 9. It will cost €699.
The Porsche Design Mate 9 will set you back quite a bit more at €1,395.
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