Huawei is all set for their MWC 2017 launch. In the video teaser that they have posted on different social media sites, they have confirmed that they will be unveiling Huawei P10 at the event. Although speculations were rampant, but its nice to see company’s get creative and bring a little different spin to the teaser.
Although the teaser does not tell us much or give hints about the design of the device but it comes with a message that the Huawei P10 will ‘Change the Way the World Sees You’. Maybe the company is equipping the smartphone with something really unique, like an AI assistant, which seems to be all in rage at the moment or some other nifty feature that no other smartphone has.
Huawei slowly and gradually is making its mark in the international arena and in 2016, they emerged as the 3rd largest smartphone providers. To sustain that position they are working on producing products that are edgy, elegant with the best specs possible. With Huawei P10 we are expecting the company to turn the heat up a notch.
We will be looking at two variants of the flagship: Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus. Both the devices are expected to have a 5.5-inch 1440 x 2560 resolution display. The only different between P10 and P10 Plus, is that the later one with a have a dual curved display. The smartphones will be equipped with Kirin 960 chipset with a Mali-G71 MP8 GPU. The other difference between the two variants will be its RAM configuration, a report out earlier suggested that Huawei P10 Plus will have a whopping 8GB RAM. Well, we are skeptical about it, but you never know what comoanies may have in works.
Huawei will be announcing its flasghip, Huawei P10 and a new smartwatch Huawei Watch 2 on 26th February at the MWC. Which brand do you think will shine bright with their flagships, LG or Huawei?
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