Huawei P10, P10 Plus with 4.5G support, dual rear cameras launched
Mar 02 2017 by Kate Woods
We gave that phone four stars out of five, so if there aren't many improvements here it may still be worth picking up the Huawei P9 instead.
One the biggest additions, however, was the introduction of a new feature called Ultra Memory, which uses machine learning technology to help become more in tune with the user behaviour.
Huawei has revealed their latest Android flagships: the P10 and P10 Plus.
Also, unlike their predecessor phones, both the P10 and P10 Plus come with optical image stabilisation and are also capable of recording 4K videos. However, if picture taking is something you primarily use your smartphone for, grab the P10.
The blue is a smart navy that doesn't look too outlandish, the green on the other hand is very eye-catching and while it makes a statement it certainly won't be a unanimous success with everyone. And Huawei's phones apparently get better and better with each new generation of P phones.
However, the company has also been heavily inspired by Meizu, allowing you to tap the button to go back, actually press it to go home and swipe on it to multitask. But the real novelty of this Chinese flagship is the appearance of the fingerprint sensor on the front, when we used to see it on the back. Huawei is merely making the process more simpler.
The rest of the P10's specs are also great as well but there's just a price to pay for it, a huge one indeed.
Not so long ago, the Huawei Watch 2 appeared at the FCC, all but confirming the smartwatch's release in the American market, but so far, we don't know the exact date.
It's the unusual but handsome blue and green handset options that really steal the how, however, bringing to mind the iconic iPod Touch. Greenery and Dazzling Blue, the traditional Ceramic White, Graphite Black, Rose Gold, Mystic Silver and Dazzling Gold.
TechRadar says the Full HD display is both "bright" and "easy to read", even though some of the company's rivals are pursuing 4K screens.
The P10 comes with a 5.1-inch screen and 64GB of storage, while the higher end P10 Plus has a 5.5-inch display and 128GB of storage. Huawei claims the latter will last you two days of normal usage, and the former 1.8. The P10 Plus will set you back by €649 (Rs 45,700), with the P10 has been priced at €699 euros (Rs 49,200). The P9 launched with Android 6 Marshmallow on board, but you can now upgrade it over-the-air to Android 7. The camera setup has 2 sensors - a 20 MP sensor for monochrome imaging and a 12 MP sensor for regular shots.
The headline updates for the P10 and P10+ revolve around the camera, with both the front and rear lenses given significant updates. Whether this actually works in practice, we haven't found out yet.
Other specifications of the LG G6 include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, 4GB RAM and a 3300 mAh battery.
Battery; P10 packs 3200mAh while P10 Plus has 3750mAh battery which support fast charging.