Even though there are still a couple of months left until the launch event, a lot of images with the upcoming Huawei P10 made the rounds online this week, giving us a hint about the way the phone will look, compared with the Chinese manufacturer’s current flagship, the P9.
To be more specific, we’re talking about a series of images with a presumed P10 prototype which reveal that it will look incredibly similar to the P9. However, there’s going to be a major difference.
Same position, different form
The Huawei P10 will have a round fingerprint scanner, still resting on the back of the phone, while the P9 had a rectangular unit. Also, the LED flash is also different, rocking the same round form factor.
Besides these two aspects, there aren’t any major changes. Even the Leica branding is in the exact same place, while the dual rear camera setup seems intact.
Moving on to the specs, according to GSM Arena, a couple of benchmarks run on a handset which seems to be the Huawei P10 reveal a pretty beefy configuration.
The phone will come with a 5.5″ display, rocking a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, while under the hood it should sport a HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset, alongside 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB of native storage.
The dual setup stays!
In terms of camera, the Huawei P10 should come with an 8 MP selfie unit, as well as a 12 MP rear snapper. Yes, just one, since the second camera will most likely sport a 5 MP sensor, taking monochorme images.
Finally, the operating system will be Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat, but with the manufacturer’s EMUI on top.
For the moment, this is everything we know about the Huawei P10, but we will be back with more details, as soon as new details will be available.