Huawei P10 with Dual Rear Camera, Kirin 960 Processor, 6GB of RAM, Surfaces!

Photos of the purported 2017 iteration of the popular flagship Android smartphone of Chinese tech giant Huawei have already started to surface online.

Huawei P10

Based on these images that were first uploaded by an anonymous user on Weibo (source), the upcoming Huawei P10 shares a handful of qualities with its best-selling sibling from 2016; Most notable of which is the Dual Optics rear camera module, which is also Leica-branded. In addition, its shell appears to also be crafted from real metal, making the device look and feel more elegant and durable.

Though, there are also obvious differences. First, the display now seems to have curved edges just like that of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge matched with a unibody frame that likewise curves down the sides and edges, resulting in a more tubular feel in the hand.

Also, the 2017 flagship already has a physical home button in front that's believed to feature or to be be lined with the Fingerprint Scanner for quickly unlocking the device with but a touch of a finger. Hence and needless to say, unlike the Huawei P9, P10 no longer has sensor-pad for fingerprint at the back.

Currently, we know very little about Huawei P10's exact technical specifications. Various sources and Huawei Fans online, however, are confident that the handset would have 6GB of RAM for smooth multitasking plus a 64-bit Octa Core Kirin 960 chipset (4x Cortex-A73 @ 2.4GHz + 4x Cortex A53 @ 1.8GHz + Mali-G71 MP8 @900MHz) with power and energy consumption comparable to that of Samsung Exynos 8890.

As for the smartphones official launch, I'm expecting it to land in the Philippines sometime in Q2 2017; Around April, maybe.

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