If the leak is to be believed, you’ll be seeing three variants of the Huawei P10. The base model, which will retail at 3,488 yuan (P25,200 or $508), features 4GB of RAM paired with 32GB of internal storage. The second, which will sell for 4,088 yuan (P29,500 or $595), combines 4GB of RAM with 64GB of native storage. The highest configuration — 6GB of RAM + 128GB built-in memory — will cost 4,688 yuan (P33,900 or $682).
The Huawei P10 Plus, on the other hand, will reportedly have only two versions. The first, which will go on sale for 4,988 yuan (PP36,000 or $726), pairs 4GB of RAM with 64GB of internal storage. The other gets 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in memory and will be priced at 5,688 yuan (P42,000 or $828).
There’s no question that the two smartphones will follow in the footsteps of their predecessors by featuring a dual-camera setup — a product of Huawei’s partnership with German brand Leica.
Both are also expected to be powered by the company’s own Kirin 965 chipset. They are rumored to each feature a 5.5-inch screen with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. However, one will have a flat display, and the other, a curved-edge screen similar to the one you see on Samsung’s Galaxy Edge series.
Excited? It seems that you won’t have to wait long for the official reveal, as the Huawei P10 series is widely believed to be launched at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017 end of February.
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