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Huawei P10

Huawei P10 render leak shows curved screen, front fingerprint sensor and dual rear cameras

Huawei introduced the P9 smartphone last year, and it looks like the company is now all set to launch the P10; the successor of Huawei P9. Huawei will most probably make the P10 announcement during the MWC 2017 event that is going to kick-start on February 26th. Now that we are inching towards the launch, we get to see more and more leaks about the device.

Three new rendered images of the P10 were spotted online in China giving us the best possible look yet. The rendered images show the fingerprint sensor on the front as opposed to the earlier rumors which said that it might be placed on the rear side down below the rear camera. Though it’s hard to be sure about the placement at this moment, so it’s a safe bet to wait for it to go official.

Huawei P10

From the rendered images, the device will pack a dual curved display with minimal bezels on the sides. Just like the Huawei P9, the P10 will also carry dual rear camera arrangement with dual-LED flash and laser autofocus and once again the camera will be from Leica so that we can expect pretty impressive camera performance. The device will sport a 5.5-inches Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) display and will come powered with Kirin 960 SoC coupled with a whopping 6GB RAM.

Nothing about the Huawei P10 is known as of now, but we are sure that rumors and leaks will start flowing as we get closer to the launch. Stay tuned for more coverage about the Huawei P10.

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