New information regarding Huawei’s upcoming successor to the P10 has appeared online. We now have an early look at the next Huawei flagship smartphone, and also a date on when it will be officially announced.
Press invites have been sent out revealing a 27 March event taking place in Paris. Unlike the P10, the new device is not coming for the MWC in February; as Huawei probably wants the device to have the attention all to itself instead of having to share the spotlight at MWC. Look out for Huawei to release a family of phones just like it did with P10, P10 Lite and P10 Plus.
There’s also new renders of the device. The renders from a case maker don’t show the device in all of its glory, as the picture only shows the smartphone suited with a case on. However, we get a clear look at the front of the smartphone – which seems to be joining the trend of having an edge-to-edge display. We can also see the new triple camera set up at the back. The camera will be accompanied with what seems to be a dual LED flash. The benefits of having a triple camera set up is yet to be known and whether it can rival the performance of the dual camera of today.
It’s safe to say that more information will be made available in the coming weeks as we count the days leading to the Huawei event in March.