If you were hoping to be surprised by Huawei in a few days when the Chinese manufacturer is supposed to officially unveil its next P-series flagship… well, you might want to avert your eyes and skip this story.
We’ve just been given another look at what the Huawei P10 will look like, less than a week from its official launch at MWC 2017, thanks to on Twitter, who happens to have a pretty good track record when it comes to giving the latest mobile news before it officially happens.
Huawei P10. pic.twitter.com/7UNx2w5blWFebruary 22, 2017
From the render posted, the design looks very similar to the P9 – the only major difference being the addition of a home button on the front. But we’ll admit, this phone does still look pretty slick.
From the rumour mill
Some of claimed the phone would sport a 5.5-inch screen with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution and house a Kirin 960 CPU under the hood with a whopping 6GB of RAM and a massive 256GB of internal storage.
The P10 is also rumoured to come in multiple colours – black, blue, green, gold, pink and purple.
How much truth there is to those colour rumours remains to be seen, but Evan Blass did also give us a look at some of those hues.
Huawei P10 in (left to right) blue, gold, and green. pic.twitter.com/Li1jh55Y46February 16, 2017
Regardless, the P10 rumour mill will be shut down soon enough; we’ll know more with the official announcement at MWC in a few days and, as always, we’ll bring you that and every juicy phone-related tidbit that happens in Barcelona this year.