Gadget lovers across the globe are excited about the Huawei smart phones.
When is it out?
Along with the P10 Huawei has also launched the Huawei Watch 2 at the ongoing MWC.
The Huawei Watch 2 and Huawei Watch 2 Classic are now officially official. Huawei Smartphones and Watches are making their way to India and can be expected as soon as May 2017.
Huawei made a promise that they will develop Watch 2 to make it a replacement for entire smartphones, and has surely lived-up to the promise.
The P10 carries a 5.1-inch 1080p display much like a year ago, whilst the Plus has a larger 5.5-inch 1440p screen. Both the Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic have a 1.2-inch display with a resolution of 390 x 390, a Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and 2 GB of internal storage.
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The P10 Plus is unsurprisingly the bigger of the two phones, boasting a 5.5-inch LCD to the P10's 5.1 inches. That's a touch larger and is what is called a WQHD display to reflect its expanded 16:9 aspect ratio. While the design does not look too different from its predecessor, the firm has added a new series of colours to the line up, through their partnership with Pantone Color Insititute.
And here is the Huawei P10! The good news is that Google Assistant is coming to all Android Nougat and Marshmallow phones sometime next week, so perhaps that will be enough.
Then there are the normal stainless steel versions of the phone that come in green, silver, gold or rose gold. Traditionally, Huawei is known to have favoured placing the fingerprint scanner at the back. The button will have gestures enabled, allowing the user to go to the home screen with a tap, open the apps menu or see notifications with a swipe.
Which do you like more? The images show the device will have a 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom, unlike what other major manufacturers are deciding to forgo these days. More about the camera once we get the handsets in our hands for the review.
The rear camera has a 20-megapixel and 12-megapixel dual lens with hybrid zoom for taking crystal clear shots and has several modes, including monochrome, professional mode, low light and macro. Huawei's using this to make prettier portraits and depth-of-field bokeh-style camera effects. The idea is the black and white image will be able to pick up more detail and it offers far better photography than single sensor phones.