Even though it’s months away from making its debut, the Huawei P10 kept the headlines lately, thanks to a couple of leaked images with the handset. Compared to the P9, the Chinese manufacturer’s current flagship, there differences weren’t very noticeable, but hey, we’re talking about a new high-end smartphone here, it’s was natural to see all those positive reactions.
Feast your eyes with these official-looking renders!
The Huawei P10 should make its official debut in the second quarter of 2017, but the exact date isn’t fixed yet, so it’s subject to change. However, until then, a new set of images – press renders this time – were spotted online today, providing a better look on Huawei’s next flagship.
It seems that it could be available in two sizes, one with a flat display and another one with a dual-curved panel. We don’t know anything about the size, whether or not it will be different, but if these images were revealed this early, we will most likely find out more details very soon.
Another change we can spot is the presence of a physical home button, a feature that wasn’t present on the P9. However, it won’t house a fingerprint scanner, since this one is on the back of the phone.
A beefy configuration, with a home-mad chip
Moving on to the possible specs, the Huawei P10 is rumored to come with a 5.5″ display, supporting a QHD resolution, according to Phonearena. The same source claims that it will be powered by the manufacturer’s own Kirin 960 chipset, with an octa-core configuration, alongside a Mali-G71 GPU. It will be available in two versions, one with 4 GB of RAM and 64 gigs of storage, or 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of space.
As for the camera, the dual setup will stay, but currently, there aren’t any exact details on this.