With a successful launch of Huawei P9, released on April 2016, the Chinese multinational network and telecommunications company has been in a constant drive to deliver its consumers with impressive products since 2012. Only recently the Chairman and CEO of consumer division of the company, Mr. Yu Chengdong announced that a new model of the P series, the P10 and P10 Plus will be launched in either March or April of 2017, aiming to succeed its predecessor.
Unlike the P9, P10 will be available in a straight screen while the Plus variant will have the curved screen.
Taking a look at the specifications, according to rumors, the Huawei P10 will be armed with a HiSilicon Kirin 960 model processing chipset that boasts a faster GPU and an even efficient power usage. Hosting a vibrant 5.5-inch QHD screen. With a 4GB/6GB RAM and a storage topping out at 256GB, the device will be a delight to use.
Collaborating with Leica Camera AG, the internationally operating premium manufacturers of camera and sport optics, P10 brings a dual camera setup which enhances the image quality exactly like the P9 delivered.
Both the devices feature Alexa, the Amazon’s voice assistant along with supporting the Google’s Daydream VR platform. Correcting the previous leaked photos of P10 from 2016, the home button is now placed below the display with a fingerprint sensor on the back gives an interesting thing to point to as both the keys would provide a similar function.