The Huawei P10 will be unveiled to the world on February 26, along with its bigger brother, the P10 Plus. There are many differences between high-end smartphones, but the most obvious is the size.
As the Huawei P10 is said to come with a 5,2-inch screen, the better-suited P10 Plus will feature a larger 5,5-inch screen. On top of all this the former will have a flat screen, while the latter a screen with curved edges.
The best image of the standard Huawei P10 was recently leaked by Evan Blass. The gray version of the smartphone does not seem to be at all impressive, unlike the Huawei P10 Plus which seems more suitable for a real flagship of the company.
The photo of Huawei P10 that has just appeared on the internet confirms some of the information we have reported about in recent weeks, such as the installation of the fingerprint scanner and the camera.
Unlike the Huawei P10 Plus which lacks a natural button Home while the standard model has one, which is supposed to house the fingerprint scanner. A dual camera installation is present on the back of the Huawei P10 as well. Leica lenses were confirmed, along with a dual-tone LED flash. Left and right faces are pretty thin, but the upper and lower parts have not shrunk enough to make the phone look impressive.
The Huawei P10 will come with a non-detachable battery inside it. A dedicated camera button appears to be placed on the right side of the phone near the dual volume button.