Huawei is working on its upcoming smartphones – P10 and P10 Plus – the successors to 2016’s models, P9 and P9 Plus. Yu Chengdon, Huawei’s Consumer Business Group CEO, has recently announced that the new flagships are slated to release in March or April this year.
Rumors are doing the rounds that both P10 and P10 Plus are equipped with top-trending features, and, thereby expected to make a name of their own quickly.
P10 and P10 Plus are presumed to have the following features. Presenting a glimpse!
- Indigenously-built Kirin 960 Processor
- 6GB RAM
- Fast and Powerful Cortex-A73 Chipset
- 4 Lower-Powered Cortex-A53 CPU Cores
- An Intelligent Dual Camera Arrangement in Collaboration with Leica
The two flagships are also said to have wireless charging facilities, on-screen fingerprint sensors, and dual-edge displays.
Talking more about Huawei’s future plans, the grapevine has it that the company is working on the successors of its Nova series, which are codenamed, Vicky and Victoria. Murmurs are floating on the web that these two handsets will be on sale at relatively low prices. However, no information is available on the specifications and the release date.