Huawei P10 Rumor Round Up | Flagship Killer


Huawei really made headlines with its P-series and Mate series. The two flagship series were made to address the standard flagship series from other brands like the iPhone and Galaxy S series, Huawei made the P-series to race against them and for the phablet flagships Note series and iPhone Plus series Mate series was launched. However since its immense success, Huawei has really given a tough time to its competitors, and now it doesn’t look to hold back with the Huawei P10.

The P10 is said to follow the same footsteps of its predecessor the P9 which was a huge hit. Huawei P10 will come with the same dual Leica camera module. The dual camera module captures two images one in black and white and the other in color. Then the module selects the contrast from the black and white image and replicates it on to the colored image producing one of the best images you will see captured form a camera phone.

Camera is the new line phone manufacturers are focusing on and the P-series has surely impressed us all. With its new tech and dual setup, many were skeptical as to how it will work out but the impressive images proved to be enough to keep us drooling.

The Huawei P10 is said to have a 5.5 inch QHD display (2560×1440) and a dual-curved display just like the Galaxy Edge. The phone is said to have Kirin 960 processor clocked at 2.3GHz octa-core along with Mali G71 GPU. The rest of the specs just blew our minds away with 6GB RAM and options for 128GB and 256GB internal storages. The camera is said to remain the same at 12MP rear and 8MP front but with advanced technology for lowlight photography (that is the new thing the phone manufacturers have started focusing on).

The device is said to be running on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. The Huawei P9 was a complete flagship but didn’t have fast charging. We are hoping Huawei puts in the fast charging in this flagship. Apart from that the P9 was a complete flagship phone which one can buy at a very reasonable price now.

Life in the fast lane with the tech industry is really hard to keep up with but brands like Huawei are actually trying to lead the competition by implementing new technology in their phones like they did in Mate 9 (Buy here).

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