Not a long time remains until the official launch of the new Huawei P10, but many are curious to see what Huawei has in store for us at the MWC 2017 event.

Mobile World Congress will take place between February  27 – March 2 and will include many product launches from some of the biggest players of the tech industry. With the exception of Apple ( Apple’s unwillingness to attend MWC is something that I simply cannot understand ) most tech giants will travel to Barcelona in a few days with their new products.

On one hand, the smartphones market is very saturated ( and has been for the past few years ) however tech giants are hoping to convince us to upgrade our devices at least once every two years.

Many, – myself included – ( and I know someone else who’s just as curious as me ) are very curious to see what Huawei brings to the table this year considering that Huawei has become the leader of the Chinese smartphones market. Last year the company managed to dazzle everybody with the launch of the Huawei P9, one of the very few gadgets EVER released that convinced Leica to come forward. The Huawei P9 has been a real   success and this year Huawei is going to launch its successor.

From what we know so far Huawei P10 will come in two versions. Both will be  build around a quad HD display. The first version will have a size of 5.2 inches while the second version will have a size of 5.5 inches. Under the hood we can find the Kirin 960 chipset built by Huawei, a platform that has received very good reviews from testers.

The photo above arrived online thanks to @evleaks, the eternal leaker. A few days ago @evleaks posted a photo of the LG G6 that seems to be real and manages to confirm every rumor so far. Also, the Huawei P10 smartphone will come with two rear cameras from Leica  and from what we see in the photo the fingerprint reader is located behind the main button.

More details will become available in just a few days at the MWC 2017  event so stay tuned!


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