We reviewed the Huawei P9 back in May last year and it was a great phone with the camera being the stand out feature. The follow-up this year has stuck with the Leica system as well as providing some expected upgrades
The P10 is equipped with a 5.1-inch, 1080p display while the P10 Plus is a 5.5-inch, WQHD 2,560×1,440 panel. Both use Gorilla Glass 5 and have an octa-core, Kirin 960 processor. The P10 will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. While the P10 plus will have 6GB of Ram and 128GN of storage. Both are upgradable via MicroSD and both can use the MicroSD slot as a second Sim lot.
A 3200mAh battery sits inside the P10, while a 3750mAh cell powers its large P10 Plus.
The P10 is sporting what Huawei calls a “Leica Dual-Camera 2.0 Pro Edition” setup. It consists of an F1.9 SUMMILUX-H lens and two sensors — a 12-megapixel one for regular shots and a 20-megapixel sensor dedicated to monochrome imaging. Both are supported by optical image stabilisation (OIS) and a four-in-one hybrid autofocus system
As usual, the phone will be running Android that has been skinned with the EMUI, this does have some mixed views from users that like Vanilla Android, but from our experience, it works well, and you can still always install a different launcher like Nova.
It should be available in March and pricing is expected to be around 649 Euros for the P10 / 699 Euros for P10 Plus