"Huawei P10 brings more color and two Leica cameras"
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Mobile World Congress 2018
Huawei P10 brings more color and two Leica cameras
Huawei has a pair of new flag ship phones in the form of the P10 and P10 Plus.
And it's the P10 we're looking at here.
It looks pretty similar to the previous P9 with the all metal design and dual cameras on the back.
In this blue shade, it actually looks quite a lot like the Google Pixel But there's still plenty of updates here.
It still has one camera that shoots in color and one that shoots in black and white.
But the black and white one has had its resolution significantly bumped to 20 megapixels.
There's updates in camera software, too, including a Portrait mode that uses face recognition to create artistic depth of field.
Inside the phone is the same supercharged optical processor, seen in the extremely potent Huawei Mate 9. So, expect the P10 to handle any task with ease.
It's got a 5.1 inch full HD display, making it very comfortable to hold.
While the P10 Plus packs in larger, a 5.5 inch screen.
The fingerprint sensor has moved from the back of the phone to the front, and it now doubles up as a home button, as well.
Both phones with come with at least 64 gig of storage, expandable with Sd micro cards and they both run on the latest Android nougat software.
The phones are due to hit shelves in Australia and Eroupe in March with the P10 costing around 500 pounds or 600 pounds for the P10 plus U.S availability isn't yet know but stay tuned to CNET for more.
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