Huawei announced the launch of Huawei P10 during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona during February 2017. The giant Asian top cream telecom company I can say has produced a better successor of Huawei P9 flagship, which was embraced more than expected in the international market. As usual, Huawei never fails picture lovers, as its camera is just what one needs. The Huawei P10 device comes with a dual-camera setup, with other features that keep your pictures the same standards as the Apple and Samsung big gadget holders. The camera set up has a 12MP RGB sensor working alongside a 20 MP monochrome shooter. The Leica- branded dual-lens camera that thrilled many in the Huawei P9 is back with the Huawei P10. The new Leica Portrait mode combines the previously seen beauty mode and Bokeh effects into a good quality package and offers portrait enhancement features that use 3D facial detection technology, dynamic illumination, and studio-like re-lighting that results in radiant flattering self-portraits. The phone is, however, not the best at taking pictures in less illuminated areas.
The design of the Huawei P10 makes it look more like an iPhone 7 than a Huawei phone. However, it is differentiated by its USB Type C- port at the bottom of the handset and the Leica and Huawei branding on its rear. The Verge says that, although not the most original in the world, Huawei P10 has no faults with its fit and finished well-crafted device. The metal exterior gives it a suitable solid feel, and the Gorilla Glass 5 on the front screen gives the phone a good enough scratch – resistance ability.
The Huawei P10 is 7mm thick and has a 142 grams (5 ounces) weight, making it super comfortable to handle, even for children. The phone comes with a 32GB internal memory (l09) / 64 GB (L29) and 4 GB RAM. The device’s capacity can also be expanded to 256 GB using a micro SD card which it provides a slot for.
The most interesting part about the phone is that the Huawei P10 is the first phone in the whole world with the Te Reo Maori Language Operating System. Users can choose whether to use their device entirely in Te Reo Maori or utilize a dual English and Te Reo Maori keyboard. The Huawei P10 is loaded with Android version 7.0 Nougat, which is so far the best version of Android. The Huawei P10 uses the same Kirin 960 chipset as the Huawei Mate and is paired with a MaliG71 MP8 and 4gb of RAM, enabling apps to open in milliseconds with no hanging experience, though the phone loads a little bit slower in gaming. The P10 mirrored the real world finding for a lot of people because of its performance during the TrustedReviews. In the CPU- focused Geekbench 4 test, the device ran an impressive 1,933 single-core and 6,145 multi-core scores beating the Google Pixel.
Huawei Supercharge technology has been applied in the P10 large battery, making it capable of charging faster and its life lasting longer. The Huawei P10 supports 4.5G networks, making connection quick and stable even in areas where the signal is weak. The fingerprint sensor is located on the phone’s front, replacing the navigation bar and giving the phone a uniqueness and beautiful uninterrupted screen look.
In highlights, I can say that the Huawei P10 is a suitable pocket phone, the size that has become rare in today’s large-phone dominated market. Its screen is 5.1- inch, its metal fishing design gives it a sleek look, and it comes in eight stunning colors which include, a dazzling blue, a dazzling, greenery which is the Pantone color of the year, white ceramic, graphite black, and Rose gold. It comes with either single or dual SIM slots. Its speakers and microphone are among the best in making and picking up calls in noisiest corners of the world.