Photos of new Huawei P10 have leaked online

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It looks like the new Huawei P10 is going to be the biggest release yet for Chinese tech giant after new photos were leaked online.

The new device will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month although some photos have been leaked already.

It appears that the P10 may not be the only device that is on show. A separate leak claimed to reveal a larger version of the device which will probably be known as the Huawei P10 Plus.

The previous model, the P9, was only released last summer but the new model will be the most powerful and impressively designed device to date.

Surprisingly, the rear fingerprint sensor has been ditched and there will be a physical home button, this is in contrast to other major manufacturers who have opted for physical buttons.

Huawei P10

Huawei P10

Our sources have suggested that the new P10 will be powered by Huawei’s in-house built Kirin 960 processor, with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and your choice of 64GB or 128GB of storage, which is expandable via microSD. The battery will be a 3100mAh affair that SHOULD last all-day and be recharged via a USB-C.

The Huawei P10 Plus on the other hand appears quite different. A leak shows that the P10 Plus may include both a physical home button and a rear fingerprint sensor.

It is expected to have 5.5 inch curved screen, a dual-lens rear camera which will be designed and manufactured by Leica – the legendary photo firm.

Huawei P10 Plus

Huawei P10 Plus

The P10 Plus will be more powerful than the P10, coming with a Kirin 965 processor.

There are expected to be two versions of the device, a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage model, and another with 8GB RAM and larger 256GB story, all powered by a larger 3,650mAh battery.

Regarding software, the P10 and P10 Plus will run Android Nougat with Huawei’s own EMUI operating system.

The device is expected to be launched in China first and then the rest of the world soon after but no dates have as yet been given.

Via: Anzhuo

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