Another day, another leak. If yesterday we got the chance to see the Huawei P10 Plus in full glory, thanks to a couple of leaked promo images, today we’re taking a quick glance at some real-life photos of the Chinese manufacturer’s upcoming flagship, leaked by the FCC.
However, the images don’t reveal pretty much details we had no idea about! As you can see, the Huawei P10 looks pretty much the same as the P9, except the position of the fingerprint sensor, which is now mounted on the front of the device.
The back is made out of metal and has antenna lines following the edges, while the dual-camera setup is placed horizontally, featuring the Leica brand.
On the right side of the Huawei P10, we can see the volume rocker and the power key, while the left is housing the slot for the SIM and microSD card. Yay, expandable storage!
The handset was also stripped by the FCC, revealing the internals! We can see the fact that the phone can support two SIM cards, as well as the Huawei-made Kirin 960 chip. Also, fortunately for us, the phone has a 3.5mm audio jack, just alongside the speaker and the USB Type-C port. And hopefully, they’re going to keep this feature for their next handsets as well!
The Huawei P10 will make its official debut on February 27, during a special event at the MWC, in Barcelona. It will be available in different variants, with variable amounts of RAM and internal storage.