Huawei will be launching its P10 and P10 Plus flagships as two of the best cellphones ever made on 26 February 2017 at MWC event in Barcelona. During the same event, we expect to see the LG G6, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, and some Nokia devices. Huawei P10 and its larger sibling, P10 Plus have been subject to numerous leak reports and rumors. This year’s line of Huawei P devices was tipped to be the most expensive of its series. And based on a recently released press render where both handsets list their top-specifications, versions, and pricing, the reports claiming that the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus will be expensive couldn’t be more right.
The good news related to the price of Huawei P10 and P10 Plus is that they will not be as much expensive as expected. A previous report claimed of Huawei P10 standard edition to start selling for $699. It won’t be that expensive; it will be around $190 cheaper than that. But still, will remain to be some of the most pricey mobile devices of the current era.
This leak also reveals parts of their major specifications. As it became publicly known now, Huawei has decided not to release an “inferior” model of its flagship powered by a downgraded processor to highlight its premium version of the flagship. The Huawei P10 Plus that will feature a curved display. The truth is that both versions will be running the Huawei HiSilicon Kirin 965 chipset and both will have 4GB of RAM and 6GB of RAM versions of their own.
With equality in performance, the design and size will be what sets these two phones apart. Te Huawei P10 will be sporting a 5.2-inch QHD flat display, while the Huawei P10 Plus will have a larger 5.5-inch screen with the same resolution but with the curved design on the edges. Both versions will be sporting a dual 12MP camera setup made by Leica on the rear for recording 4K videos and an 8MP front-facing selfie shooter. The P10 will be featuring its fingerprint on the back side while the P10 Plus will have it mounted on the front-facing physical Home button.
Huawei P10 will have a 4GB of RAM version with 32GB storage tipped to sell for 3,488 Yuan ($507) and a 64GB of flash memory version that will cost 4,088 Yuan ($595). Besides those two models, the P10 will have a premium edition of its own with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage that will sell for 4,688 Yuan ($683). As is revealed, not even the best edition of the P10 will be as pricey as we expected ($699).
While the curved Huawei P10 Plus will be having a 4GB of RAM version with 64GB storage that will cost 4,998 Yuan ($725) and a 6GB of RAM with 128G storage that will bear the high price of 5,688 Yuan ($828). The revealed pricing stands for the price of Huawei P10 and P10 Plus in Mainland China, expect more salty prices for the international market (sadly).
The last known thing about the expensive Huawei flagship stands for the batteries that will power both editions. The P10 is tipped to be powered by a 3,100 mAh unit while the P10 Plus to have a slightly larger battery capacity of 3,650 mAh.