Huawei intends to unveil the P10 at MWC this year, but it wouldn’t be a proper launch if the internet didn’t go ahead and provide a few renders of what we might see.
According to renders posted to 91mobiles, the P10 will be somewhat similar to the P9 in terms of overall looks, but there will be at least one major change in 2017. As we see in the renders, the fingerprint reader will be placed on the bottom frontside, instead of being on the backside — similar to the OnePlus 3T and other devices.
On the back, we still see dual rear-facing cameras, plus what’s either phase detection or some type of laser auto focus. On the bottom, the P10 appears to sport USB Type-C, plus a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Last year, we absolutely adored the P9’s hardware, but the software made it nearly impossible for us to use it over the longterm. This year, we are hoping to see the much better EMUI 5.0 skin atop Nougat. Fingers crossed.
What are your initial thoughts on the renders?