Huawei to Intro P10 and a new Smartwatch on Feb 26th at MWC 2017

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Huawei to Intro P10 and a new Smartwatch on Feb 26th at MWC 2017

Mobile World Congress is just a week and a half away. The event that kicks-off on Feb 27th in Barcelona, Spain, will see high-profile product launches from the smartphone’s industry’s heavyweight players. Among the high-profile product launches at MWC is Huawei’s plan to unveil its P10 smartphone.

There is not a lot we know about the device at this point, other than it being Huawei’s next flagship phone. In a video Huawei put together that teases the P10, it hints that there will be a dual-lens camera. The video shows a pair of eyeballs separated into two circles with the tagline, “Change the way the world sees you.” Check out the video:

We are not sure what the tag line “change the way the world sees you” means. It could mean a dual-camera system on the front of the device for taking selfies with blurred backgrounds or foregrounds. A few days ago, leaked benchmarks on GFXBench revealed an upcoming Huawei smartphone featuring a 5.5-inch display with a 2560×1440 display. The device is to be powered by a Kirin 960 system-on-chip (SoC). It will also feature 6GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage, 12MP rear-facing camera, 8MP-front-facing camera, and Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.


Huawei might also launch a new smartwatch at MWC. Company boss Richard Yu revealed as much on Weibo, a Chinese social networking site that is sort of a cross between Facebook and Twitter. There weren’t any details accompanying his announcement, though the picture he posted hints that it will be a sporty model. Review Central will be covering Huawei’s big announcements from its event a day before MWC kicks-off. So stay tuned for more info!