Huawei P10 is not new to the rumor mills, but the latest appearance on GFXBench is something fresh that gives us details of the hardware specs we can expect from the Chinese OEM.
The company will be attending the Mobile World Congress 2017 and here, the Huawei P10 will be unveiled. While we have seen quite a lot of what the P10 will look like, including the three color variants, we haven’t seen much as far as the hardware specs of the phone are concerned.
In a new listing on benchmarking platform GFXBench, the Huawei P10 has appeared, all but confirming the major display, processing as well as software specs of the phone just a few days before it is launched. Apparently, the P10 will ship with a 5.1-inch display screen that features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD). Under the hood, the listed phone, which also carries model number VTR-xxx, will come with the same chipset as the Huawei Mate 9 – a HiSilicon octa-core Kirin 960 SoC that is clocked at a speed of 2.3GHz.
This processor is paired with one of the best graphics processing units in the market so far – the Mali-G71 – alongside a decent RAM of 4GB. In terms of storage, the Huawei P10 will give you 64GB of internal memory and support for microSD card storage. Whether this will be the base model of the phone or not is still unknown, however, previous reports have suggested that Huawei will still release a 32GB variant.
The back of the Huawei P10 should come with a dual 12MP camera with support for AF, face detection, flash, HDR and touch focus. Capturing 4k videos will also be a tap away. As for the front camera, there will be an 8MP snapper that can record up to 2K videos. Software-wise, the P10 should debut with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.