Huawei’s flagship smartphone P10 has landed in South Africa and Egypt, after making an impressive official debut at MWC event in Barcelona in February. The smartphone has been listed on Huawei’s official website of the respective countries.
However, Huawei is yet to announce the exact availability date as well as the pricing of P10 for both South Africa and Egypt.
Aimed at camera-phone lovers, Huawei P10 boasts of Leica camera lens capable of clicking professional portraits. It features a gorgeous design and is aesthetically pleasing to look at, besides packing in powerful internal hardware.
It is equipped with a 5.1 inches FHD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and Emotion UI 5.1. It may not make the cut for bigger display phones, especially when other flagship phones viz Galaxy S8 pack in 5.8-inches display. Nevertheless, there’s the Plus variant of P10 with 5.5-inches screen. It is powered by octa-core Kirin 960 processor which keep Huawei P10’s performance at the peak of its game. This is paired with Huawei Ultra Memory technology that intelligently allocates, recycles, and compresses memory, helping the apps you love load faster than ever.
Huawei P10 comes in three storage variants — 4GB RAM/32GB ROM, 4GB RAM/64GB ROM and 4GB RAM/128GB ROM. There’s a 3200 mAh battery with fast charging support. The phone runs Android 7.0 OS and houses a front fingerprint scanner.
Coming to the main highlight of the Huawei P10, its cameras. It flaunts a rear dual camera set-up with 20 MP + 12 MP resolution of Leica lens while at the front there’s an 8MP selfie shooter. The rear camera features PDAF and dual-LED flash while the front camera captures 2x more light, offering amazing self portraits, whether day or night. It can also sense groufies and automatically switches to wide-angle shots when more people enter the picture.
When launched, Huawei released the phones in 8 different colors namely Greenery, Dazzling Blue, Dazzling Gold, Graphite Black, Rose Gold, White Ceramic, Mystic Silver and Prestige Gold. Which of these will make an entry in the South African and Egypt market is not known as of now.