Huawei has teased that it’s got a “new flagship device” to show us at MWC later this month, but we may be getting a peek at the new product today.
Renders that claim to show the Huawei P10 have surfaced. The images have been shared by @OnLeaks and 91mobiles and are based on factory CADs. In addition to the renders, there’s a 360-degree video of the purported device that you can see above.
In these renders, we can see a fairly normal-looking slab of a smartphone with a home button that likely doubles as a fingerprint reader, USB Type-C and 3.5mm headphone ports on the bottom of the device, and a dual camera setup on the back.
The specs of the Huawei P10 are said to include a 5.2-inch display, models with 4GB or 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of internal storage, dual Leica-branded 12-megapixel rear cameras, 8-megapixel front camera, an iris scanner, and Android Nougat. Also rumored to be included is a HiSilicon Kirin 960 processor.
Huawei is also said to be prepping a P10 Plus model that may have a 5.5-inch curved screen. Most of the device’s other specs will reportedly be similar to the regular P10.
Huawei is hosting an MWC 2017 event on February 26 where it’s expected to show a new flagship device and the Huawei Watch 2. The Huawei P10 shown in today’s leak looks nice enough, but it may not be a huge upgrade from the Huawei P9, save for a couple of small spec upgrades and the fingerprint reader being moved from the rear to the front. We’ll have to wait until Huawei actually makes the P10 official before making any judgments about it, though, so stay tuned to PhoneDog during MWC later this month when we’ll hopefully meet the P10 for the first time!