Huawei is about to make a mark in the smartphone industry with the rumored P10 and the P10 Plus flagship smartphones.
Internal components of the phones got leaked from pictures taken inside a factory.
Based on the recently leaked photos, it is expected that the flagship model will feature dual lens camera on the rear and it will be designed in association with Leica. The internal components leaked picture stands proof to the claim as the empty shells have spaces for the home button, two different cameras in the rear. The Huawei P10 will have its fingerprint sensor mounted on the back while the front will have just the home button. The assumptions are all made based on the photos released on Slashleaks and they are not official.
Another report suggests that Huawei has planned to launch two different flagship models, one is the P10 with a 5.2-inch 1080p display while a larger model will have a 5.5-inch curved display with an impressive 2K resolution. If they are going to follow other manufacturers like Samsung and Apple, the bigger phone should sport an OLED display for the best visual experience. The manufacturer also has a focus on its battery life as that has been the biggest concern for most smartphone users these days.
The base model will be powered by a 3,100 mAh battery while the P10 Plus will sport a much larger 3,650 mAh battery. Under the hood, snappy performance is ensured by the Kirin 960 processor. They may also choose to update the processor to a much better Kirin 965 at the last minute which we can’t confirm at the moment. It’s the camera that makes things interesting about the upcoming Huawei smartphones. They will have Leica dual aperture camera with f/2.0 and support two optical zoom with OIS. Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant and Google services will be pre-installed in the P10 launched outside their home market.
The speculations just won’t stop because it is said that Huawei has planned to introduce a new technology, a second screen for the P10 and the P10 Plus. It will allow users to check new message notifications, phone’s battery and time without having to light up the main screen. Such a feature could drastically save battery life and allow the device to run for long hours without losing its juice. And, we really hope that they don’t get rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack already as Apple did and Samsung is supposedly going to.