Chinese technology Huawei Mobiles made an impressive effort with its previous P-series flagship P9. In Barcelona at Mobile World Congress, the company has unveiled it’s another successor, the P10, and P10 plus, with dual-camera system endorsed by the ‘red dot’ company. It’s an astonishing looker, with a thin profile and some trendy colors to choose from. As far as software concern Huawei has proven that they can deliver top-tier performance to their users, but EMUI, the company’s custom Android launcher, often leaves us sometimes feeling catchy and user-friendly.
Huawei P10 features a Leica dual-lens 20MP rear camera, while the front-facing camera is 8MP, a 5.1-inch screen size with 1920×1080 FHD display; HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset with octa-core CPU and Mali-G71 MP8 GPU; 4GB of RAM; 64GB of internal storage; a 3,200mAh non-removable battery; and runs on latest Android OS Nougat 7.0.
While Huawei P10 Plus features nearly same specs, with the screen size of 5.5- inch and has an option for 128GB of internal storage and RAM of 6GB.
The fingerprint sensor has now been moved from back to beneath the front screen glass.
At launch, Huawei mainly piercing towards the photography and camera capabilities of its newly launch smartphones as Huawei Consumer Group CEO Richard Yu said “With Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, we have created a smartphone that revolutionizes and redefines portrait photography,”
“Thanks to the evolution of our partnership with Leica, camera users now have an incredible Leica front camera on their Huawei device in addition to the rear.”
Huawei technologies also affiliated with Pantone to launch the smartphones in newly “greenery” and “dazzling blue” color, in addition to white, black, silver, two versions of gold and rose gold.
The p10 smartphone is priced at $688 and $740 for the P10 Plus 64GB version, while $846 for the P10 Plus 128GB.
Huawei’s smartphones have been experiencing accumulative pull in global mobile market; according to the latest market figures it’s showed Huawei shipped round about 40.803 million smartphones during the fourth quarter of 2016 for a whole worldwide market share of 9.5 percent, which makes it the third largest smartphone vendor in the world behind Samsung and Apple which is quite an achievement.