With only a few days left for MWC 2017, one of the most important events of the year in the technological sector, the different companies are using heavy artillery to launch their new devices. One of the most anticipated performances will be that of Huawei, a firm that might surprise us with pleasure.
Although most rumors pointed to a presentation of the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus in March or April, the Asian firm may have changed its mind. At least that is what appears as the latest video published by Huawei on its YouTube channel, which we have been able to see here.
We see the Huawei P10 in the MWC 2017
Is it possible that Huawei has changed the presentation date of the Huawei P10 to get ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S8? Perhaps this is one of the main reasons why the company has chosen the MWC 2017 to presumably unveil its flagship for this year.
If we remember, Huawei usually accustoms to unveil its flagships in April, which it has done since the Huawei P8. However, this could be the year in which everything changes, or at least that is what makes us suppose the video that we can see above.
The Huawei P10 could have Edge display according to the last filtered renders. Be that as it may, what is clear is that the Huawei P10 will come absolutely loaded with the latest hardware. According to the latest leaks, the expected device would have a 5.5-inch screen with Quad HD resolution, one of the main aspects that changes with respect to its predecessor.
Propelling the terminal would presumably be the Kirin 960 eight cores 2.3 GHz HiSilicon processor with 4 or 6 GB of RAM in turn. Everything points that the Huawei P10 terminal will inherit the double camera of his ancestor. At the moment we have to wait to see this officially awaited smartphone at the Mobile World Congress.