Full Specification Of Huawei P10 Revealed Online, Leaks Admit Device's Outstanding Display

Ever since the Huawei P10's leaks surfaced online, many consumers have been craving to hear an update regarding the device. With it not being publicly announced yet, there has been a great amount of sneak peek that would definitely excite its future owners. And as time goes by, the devices' full specs are already detailed online as well. Here's what we got regarding this.

Huawei P10 To Have An Excellent AMOLED Display And Great Amount Of Storage Capacity

As per International Business Times, the leaks gave a preview as to how the Huawei P10 would actually look like. News told that the device would have a 5.2-inch or 5.5-inch 1440p QHD AMOLED display. The said feature is far greater than what Huawei P9 had offered. It will also be powered by an impressive 64-bit octa core, 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB storage capacity.

Huawei P10 is also expected to have 2.3GHz Kirin 960 SoC with a Mali G71 GPU. As to its physical appearance, the device would appear on a dual-curved display supported with metallic frame. Its fingerprint scanner would be retained but its manufacturer decided to add a home key in front. It also has a power button and volume rocker on its right side that would surely be functional.

Huawei P10 Continuously Impresses Consumers As It Reveals Dual-Camera System Feature, Camera Lenses To Be Done By Leica

On the other hand, the device would absolutely produce picture perfect snaps as it has an impressive dual-camera system that is placed in its original spot. It was reported that the famous camera maker Leica would once again work with Huawei to produce top of the line camera lenses for the Huawei P10.

It was also reported that the upcoming device would be having its artificial intelligence technology. Reports revealed that the Huawei P10 would feature Amazon Alexa as its digital voice assistant. The said smartphone is expected to be released between March and April of this year, 2017.

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