Huawei is on a growth path for the last few years, mainly thanks to its premium quality devices available for less than the competition. Recently, the Chinese OEM reached another milestone, it sold over 9 million Huawei P9 units world-wide in only seven months after it was released on the market. And the company is already reportedly to be working on its next flagship smartphone, which should come out in early 2017.
On that note, a couple of images that are making the rounds on the Internets for the last 24 hours, claim to show off an alleged Huawei P10 prototype. The handset itself, caught on camera from the front and the back, has the looks of an iPhone 7. Although, the Huawei logo or its name does not appear anywhere on the housing of this alleged Huawei P10, the source claims it is an early prototype of the P10.
It even throws some specs in the mix to make it more interesting. The source says that the P10 will feature a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, it will be powered by Huawei’s own Kirin 960 processor, we’ve already seen on the recently introduced Mate 9 phablet series, and two variants when it comes to its memory: 4 GB of RAM + 64 GB of ROM or 6 GB of RAM + 128 GB of ROM.
These pictures that you see above hint at a front-facing fingerprint sensor embeded in the home button (no rear sensor), the retained dual sensor with Leica technology camera at the back (1 RGB sensor + 1 monochrome sensor), as well as an all-metal body design that draws queues from Apple’s iPhone.
Do you think that this is legit? Would you fancy such a Huawei P10 next year?