Alleged Huawei P10 press renders suggest dual-curved version
The P10 is still far from being ready from prime time, but that shouldn't bother certain sources from leaking information about the upcoming smartphone. Huawei's next flagship is expected to arrive in Q2 2017, though these time-frames are always subject to change.
We reported last week about a few live pictures of the alleged Huawei P10, which were leaked along with some of the phone's specs. Today, we have a new set of pictures that provide us with a better look on Huawei's upcoming flagship.
Coming directly from China, these official-looking renders suggest that Huawei might launch two P10 versions, one with a flat screen and another one with a dual-curved display. It's unclear whether or not the size of the screen will be different as well.
However, it looks like the physical Home button has been confirmed by these pictures, despite the fact that the previous P9 model doesn't come with one.
The P10 is rumored to pack a 5.5-inch display that supports Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution, one of the upgrades over the previous model. Also, the smartphone should pack a Kirin 960 chipset under the hood, along with an octa-core 2.3GHz processor and a Mali-G71 graphics processing unit.
Aside from the two display versions, there will be two other variations of the phone based on the amount of memory: 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, and 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM. The pictures also confirm Huawei P10 will retain the dual-camera setup on the P9 and Honor 8.