Huawei seem to be taunting fans ahead of the expected release of the Huawei P10 smartphone which is projected to be officially unveiled at the Mobile World Congress expected to hold later in February in Barcelona.
Although expected date of release has been projected to be 26th of February, more leaks of the device has found its way online ahead of the big day.
As the expected date of launch draws nearer, three more leaks showing the renders of the smartphone company’s next flagship device has found its way online and they show that the smartphone will feature a fingerprint scanner on the front panel.
The leaks which made its way into China further suggest that the smartphone will feature a dual-curved touchscreen which along with the fingerprint sensor placement puts to rest the varying debates on the possibility of the latest flagship’s feature of the security improvement.
The latest render which has given more information on the front and back panel of the expected device also revealed that the smartphone will feature minimum side bezels design wise and a dual camera arrangement.
The cameras fitted on the smartphone is also in line with the Huawei P10‘s predecessor as it sports branding from Leica. The P10 will however feature a dual-LED flash and laser auto focus window on the rear panel according to latest render as the model number has been revealed to be VIC-AL00.
The P10 following its expected launch in February will be making its way into the market around March or April in 2017 and will be running on the Kirin 960 chipset with 6 GB of RAM closely packed by for maximum performance.