Huawei P9 Successor Launched Along with a Bigger Sibling

March 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chinese manufacturer Huawei has marked their presence in MWC 2017 by showcasing its new flagship devices. The much anticipated P10 flagship has officially made its debut in the annual mobile gala along with its bigger sibling, the Huawei P10 Plus.

The successor to P9 comes with some noticeable upgrades, and like any could expect, the bigger updates have been pushed to the bigger device. The P10 Plus packs a 5.5-inch display with 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution while the P10 gets a 5.1-inch display with Full HD resolution. Both the devices feature a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

The two devices also feature the same camera, and it’s a dual-cam setup similar to the predecessor in the series that will adorn the rear-face of the device. The 12MP main sensor is accompanied by a 20MP monochromatic sensor in the rear, while the front-cam also gets update with Leica lens addition.

Both the P10 and P10 Plus will house the Kirin 960 SoC that will be paired with a RAM of 4 GB and storage of 64 GB. P10 Plus will also have an upgraded version that will feature 6 GB RAM with a storage of 128 GB.

On the battery front, Huawei has managed to raise the capacity of flagship series from 3000 mAh to 3200 mAh. Naturally, the P10 Plus gets a bigger 3750 mAh battery to accommodate the power-savvy bigger display.

The two new smartphones will be coming out in March to over 20 markets. Huawei P10 will come with a price tag of $685, while the bigger device will bear a price tag of $738. The bigger storage-RAM version will be retailing at $844.

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