We are just a few days away from the 2017 Mobile World Congress, and Huawei apparently cannot wait for the event, so they teased the P10 device. To be more precise the company released a teaser video, which shows that they are impatient about the kick-off of the event.
The new device is kept in the shadows, and besides announcing that the P10 will be unveiled at MWC, the video also refers to the previously leaked Huawei P10 Plus. The seven-second teaser video has confirmed company’s presence at the Mobile World Congress. The press conference is scheduled for Sunday, February 26.
On that day, we will see a lot of important announcements, as the event in Barcelona will be open to the public one day after that. Some of the introductions we expect to see include LG G6 and the redesigned Nokia 3310. In the teaser video, the wearable has not been mentioned, but the Huawei P10 will be presented together with an Android 2.0-packing Huawei Watch 2.
According to the Chinese-based manufacturer, the new smartphone will “Change the way you see color,” as it is indicated in the teaser. This can either mean that a 5.5-inch display with 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD resolution will be featured on the P10, but it is also possible that the P10 will have the color schemes that have already been leaked.
Furthermore, this teaser hints that the P10 will be available in silver and gold together with purple, green and blue. Taking some early leaks into consideration, the Huawei P10 will use the Kirin 960 octa-core processor with a Mali-G71 GPU, packed into this gadget by Huawei.
In addition, the new smartphone should build on the Leica-enhanced dual-camera from its predecessor, that comes with two cameras with 12 MP on the back and one with 8 MP on the front. Follow us for more details about the Huawei P10.