Earlier this morning we saw the Galaxy Tab S3 shown off thanks to @evleaks, and now we’re seeing Huawei’s P10 pose for the camera in some remarkably detailed press renders, giving us our best look yet and what we’ll see on Sunday at MWC 2017. In a design that’s strongly reminiscent of the Huawei P9 before it, with the addition of a home button/fingerprint reader on th efront, the Huawei P10 looks fabulous, and it’s easily shaping up as my most desirable announcement from Mobile World Congress.


A quick reminder of what the Huawei P10 has in store: according to rumours from late last year the specs of the P10 include a 5.5″ QHD display powered by a Kirin 960 processor paired with 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage or 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. According to other leaks it will also come in a variety of colours as seen above, including green, purple, grey and white. Personally, I can’t wait to get my hands on a green or purple one for a play.

We’ll bring you more on Huawei’s P10 in a few days when it’s announced Sunday afternoon in Barcelona (which will be very early Monday morning back in Australia).

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It could be the best smartphone ever but in the real world software updates have to be a big part of desirability and the simple truth is Huawei is as bad or worse than Samsung when it comes to updates. Last year’s supposed flagship the P9 (through VFAU) sits at September security update and Android 6.x, the M2 8″ tablet is much worse and will likely never see an update and who knows when Huawei watch will see Android Wear 2.0? If Huawei (and others) wish to continue ripping Australian’s off with high prices for their products, then they need… Read more »