"Huawei's P10 is a beautiful powerhouse"
will start after this message from our sponsors.
CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Huawei's P10 is a beautiful powerhouse
The P10 might just be my favorite phone Huawei has ever made.
It's the design that really drew me in first with this phone.
It's a slim, all metal design.
It's got polished edges and a really nice sort of micro etched.
Finish on the back.
I love this cool blue color as well which really sets it apart from the usual black and grey slabs that normally land on my desk.
Do be careful about scratching it though as you can see I've already done some damage here.
With only a 5.1 inch screen the phone is a lot smaller than flagship smart phones around.
So it's really comfortable to hold and use in one hand.
The camera is awesome too.
It's got the same dual lens sensor that we see on the P9 albeit with a higher resolution.
Now one of these sensor takes photos in color and the other focuses purely on black and white and both of them do very well.
The color shots are rich and vibrant and the black and white photos have beautiful contrast and look great.
Without even having to do any editing at all.
Beyond the great camera, the phone has got a decent 64 gig of storage with a micro SD card slot to add some more, it's got a processor that easily handles any of the [INAUDIBLE] threw at it and a decent batter that will get you through most of the day without too much trouble.
You won't find any waterproofing on the P10 though so do be extra careful when using it around water, or taking phone calls in the rain, particularly Given this phones quite high price.
Overall though the Huawei P10 is a lovely bit of kit and if you're after a high performance phone that fits comfortably in your palm this phone is definitely one to consider.
Samsung Galaxy A9 dazzles with four cameras
Razer Phone 2 gets back in the game
Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL's cameras aim to raise the bar again
Nokia 7.1 is a solid $350 phone -- literally
LG V40 ThinQ flaunts 5 cameras, a big screen and a headphone...
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 now comes in cloud silver
iPhone XS Max: Should you go bigger?
iPhone XS: Why it's harder than ever to pick the best iPhone...
iPhone XS and XS Max: Bigger, faster, plus better battery life
Sony's Xperia XZ3 packs enough muscle to scare the Galaxy S9