Huawei ranks as world’ third most popular smartphone manufacturer but most of the smartphone doesn’t know about it. In the last couple of the years Huawei has worked explosively to set itself as one of the desirable smartphone manufacturer but so far it has failed to eclipse the success achieved by the Apple and Samsung. It is interesting to note Huawei has secured the pole position in the Mainland China where it received a stiff competition not just from the established players but a number of local players as well. Huawei is looking forward to establish its stronghold in the Australian market by launching the P10 and P10 Plus flagship devices. Both Huawei P10 devices are known for similar look and feel like the Apple offerings and tend to possess a high end specification at a highly competitive pricing.
Huawei P10 Better design and configuration
Since its unveiling Huawei P10 and P10 Plus have received huge applaud for its interestingly innovative design and feel. P10 and P10 Plus boasts of a screen size of 5.1 inch and 5.5 inch LCD displays respectively with pixel density of 1920 x 1080 and 2560 x 1440 pixels as well. Huawei has very cleverly ensured that its device looks as close to the iPhone 6S as possible without infringing the copyright. This time around the fingerprint scanner has been brought right below the display instead from the rear of the device. It does have the curved corners which help in offering solid grip and has a minimal bezel design and these devices will be made available in three colour variants of blue, black and gold.
Huawei has brought the Leica branded dual camera set on the both Huawei P10 devices wherein the 12MP RGB sensor and the 20MP monochrome shooter works in synchronise fashion to take great images. Both the sensors captures images independently and then later on it combines them into one image which comes loaded with the enhanced detail and contrast. Both devices boast of the 4K video recording capability which is an added bonus for the users.
Huawei P10 A powerful contender to win people’s heart
Huawei has unleashed the widest range of features in the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus smartphones which includes a massive battery of 3200 mAh along with the presence of SuperCharge technology allowing the device to get charge from 0 to 25 per cent within 15 minutes. The Plus variant of Huawei P10 boasts of a much larger 3700 mAh power which is enough to more than a day even for aggressive users.
Sadly both these device doesn’t boasts of the water and dust resistant design which might takes of its shines off against the flagship offering of the Apple, Samsung and Sony. Both of these devices come loaded with the latest version of Android 7.0 Nougat OS with a highly customisable Huawei Emotion 5.1 user interface above it. Huawei is going for a competitive pricing by offering Huawei P10 at $899 and P10 Plus $1099 to the Australian users.