Huawei recently released a press statement mentioning the Mate 8 launch at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The flagship model is regarded as the first smartphone to feature Huawei’s own Kirin 950 chipset.

After the Huawei Watch and the Nexus 6P impressed US consumers with their highly innovative features, the crowd is looking forward to the company’s new flagship model, the Mate 8. The company partnered with Google to build the Nexus 6P, which is inarguably one of the best Android smartphones, reports The Verge.

The press release published by Huawei mentions that the Mate 8 offers a very stylish design, a highly efficient battery and the most powerful chipset. Beautifully crafted, the device boasts of a 6-inch screen size with an 83 percent screen-to-body ratio.

Coming to the camera, the Huawei Mate 8 sports a 16MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. The company invested a whooping US$98 million (approx. AU$139) over the past three years to produce a special kind of an image sensor processor capable of ensuring faster focusing, precise colour shading and higher clarity in every picture.

Running on Huawei’s own Kirin 950 chipset, the company boasts of a new groundbreaking hardware which offers more power efficiency up to 70 percent than the Kirin 925 chipset. Based on an architecture design of 4 x A53 1.8GHz processor and 4 x A72 2.3GHz processor, the device promises of a high-end performance and great energy efficiency.

Apart from a great processor, the Mate 8 also tucks in a massive 4,000 mAH battery that delivers power efficiency for two consecutive days without the need of charging the battery in between. In addition to that, the battery can be charged in just 30 minutes to suffice a day’s power.

At the first stage, the Huawei Mate 8 will be sold in 30 countries including Australia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Spain and France. It will be priced at 599 Euros (approx. AU$924) for the 32GB + 3GB version and 699 Euros (approx. AU$1078) for the 64GB + 4GB version.