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Watch Huawei P10 MWC announcement event livestream here

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Huawei is ready to show the world its brand new flagship: the Huawei P10.

Luckily, the Huawei P10 announcement event will be livestreamed on YouTube, so you can tune in and join the excitement live, colored with the inevitable zesty YouTube comments.

The Huawei P10 is expected to be a 5.2-inch phone with a Quad HD screen, bring an even more refined design, improve on Huawei's dual camera system (we also finally expect this generation phone to record 4K videos), as well as bring a better performance and a few tricks up its sleeve.

Huawei has become the world's third-biggest phone maker in the past year, right after Samsung and Apple. The company been tremendously successful and a big part of its success was the flagship Huawei P9, a stylish and powerful phone sold globally at prices lower than Samsung Galaxies and Apple iPhones.

And if you are wondering 'How come I have never heard of Huawei?', the reason is really quite simple: the company is not selling its Huawei P9 in the United States, and has only recently started sales of its other impressive phone, the bigger Huawei Mate 9. You still cannot buy any of its phones at carriers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint, but you can get some unlocked at Amazon and Best Buy. Keep in mind that most unlocked phones still do not support CDMA carriers, and will likely only work on AT&T and T-Mobile (but will not work on Verizon or Sprint, or any of their MVNOs).

Huawei P10 announcement event starts at:


  • 2:00 PM CET (Barcelona time)
  • 6:00 AM Eastern time
  • 3:00 AM Pacific time



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