Huawei’s next flagship devices, the P10 and P10 Plus, are expected to be unveiled later this month at MWC 2017. Naturally, leaks and rumours surrounding these two devices have started surfacing, and the latest leak suggests that Huawei’s upcoming flagships will cost a pretty penny.
Much like the Huawei P9 series, the P10 lineup is said to come with at least two variants: the standard P10 and the bigger P10 Plus. According to the leaked promotional material below, the P10 will supposedly come in three variants: 32GB and 64GB models with 4GB of RAM, as well as a 128GB variant with a very generous 6GB RAM. These devices are said to retail at 3,488 Chinese yuan (about RM2,250), 4,088 yuan (approximately RM2,635) and 4,688 yuan (around RM3,025) respectively.
The P10 Plus, on the other hand, is priced slightly higher than the smaller P10. Two variants of the P10 Plus are said to be offered: a 64GB model with 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB variant with 6GB of RAM. The former may go for 4,988 yuan (about RM3,215), while the latter model is expected to be priced at 5,688 yuan (around RM3,670).
In terms of specifications, both the P10 and P10 Plus are said to be packing a QHD display; the latter will supposedly have a dual-curved display – much like the Mate 9 Pro – while the P10 may feature a conventional flat display. Aside from that, rumours are also suggesting that these devices will feature 12MP Leica-certified dual-camera systems, 8MP front-facing shooters, as well as Huawei’s new Kirin 965 processor.
As is always the case with leaked information, nothing is set in stone until Huawei itself confirm these details. Regardless, all will be revealed come 26 February at MWC 2017.
(Source: Phone Arena)