Huawei P10 to come with curved dual-edge display and wireless charging

The P10, Huawei's next flagship smartphone is likely to go official in spring, just like the previous model Huawei P9. However, the Chinese handset makers plans to adopt some changes for the release of the phone.

Now rumor has it that Huawei P10 will pack a curved dual-edge display, just like many other new flagships out there, including Huawei's own Mate 9 (Porsche Design model). The information coming from China also mentions the P10 might even support wireless charging.

Another change that Huawei is expected to implement is the relocation of the fingerprint sensor from the back side to the front. This time the fingerprint scanner will be hidden under the physical Home button.

Unlike the P9, Huawei P10 is expected to feature a Home button in the front, at least that's what the previously leaked images suggest.

It's also worth mentioning that Huawei P10's 5.5-inch curved dual-edge display might support Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution, a major improvement over the P9's 5.2-inch full HD (1080p) display.

None of the specs listed above come as a surprise for a flagship that won't be released for another three of four months. Perhaps Huawei has an ace up its sleeve to really surprise us next year.

One last thing that we'd like to mention is the fact that Huawei might launch two P10 versions based on the type of display. One will feature a flat panel, while the other, the P10 Plus maybe, will come with a curved dual-edge display.

source: Weibo via PlayfulDroid

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