Ever since we have passed into 2017, everyone has been closely watching those calendar pages turn until the long await day arrives. We are of course talking about what is probably the most important tech event in this first half of the year. Namely, the MWC 2017 event which will be taking place in Barcelona, Spain, starting with the 26th of February.

With little time before the commencing of this event, many are more alert than ever to get the latest news on all things tech. There will be a ton of new releases and unveiling at the event, but it would seem that Huawei doesn’t want to hold its new flagship a secret for as long as two more weeks.

Recently, Huawei took to Twitter to let the world know that the new Huawei P10 flagship device is on its way. The tweet was accompanied by the hashtag #oo, which could possibly be a reference to a dual camera setup for the device. It expected that Huawei incorporates Leica technology into its device’s new lenses.

Huawei P10 specifications

The handset promises competent specs for the current state of the smartphone market and an overall great performing machine. Let’s take a look and see what we’ve got.

  • The device will feature a 5.5 inch display that will use QHD technology, allegedly;
  • In terms of memory, there is a debate between 4 GB of RAM and 6 GB of RAM, but not lower than the two possibilities;
  • There will supposedly be a Kirin 960 chip aboard as well, handling processing for the P10;
  • All these put together make for a great device. The starting price for one of these Huawei branded device is said to be around $500, which isn’t as much as other manufacturers would charge for a flagship. However, it’s not pocket change either, and Huawei is probably going to be bringing a lot of additional features to justify the price tag which isn’t for everyone’s wallet unfortunately.

With less than two weeks left until the grand debut of MWC 2017, eager tech savvy consumers won’t have to do a lot of waiting before they can take a proper look at what Huawei is offering this year.

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