Huawei just unveiled their latest flagships the Huawei P10 at MWC 2017. The phone packs a gorgeous design, beefy specs and the trending dual camera set up. Will this amazing phone make its way to Nepal? Before we answer this question let us take a deeper look at what the phone has to offer.
The first thing that you notice about Huawei P10 is its design. It looks gorgeous and feels premium to the touch in its uni-body aluminum shell. There are no edge displays, no crazy thin bezels but the phone looks amazing in its minimalism. The P10 in all that metal goodness packs a 5.1 inch Full HD IPS-Neo display with a pixel density of 432PPI. The display is also covered by Gorilla Glass 5 and is edged out by a 2.5D glass. I would have preferred a Quad-HD display on Huawei’s latest flagship but the 1080P panel is still great for everyday use. Under the hood, the phone rocks an in-house octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 960 processor coupled with the Mali-G71 MP8 GPU. The processor is also backed up by 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The internal storage of the phone can be further expanded by a micro-sd card up to 256GB. The P10 as expected is 4G capable and also supports dual non-sim cards but only at the expense of the micro-sd card.
The Huawei P10 follow the craze of today with a dual Leica branded camera set up. It packs a f/2.2 20MP primary sensor along with 12MP secondary sensor accompanied by a dual-tone LED flash. The secondary camera like on the P9 is a monochrome sensor useful to bring out the details and collect depth information. The phone also has an 8MP front camera for all your selfies. Software wise the phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat with Huawei’s own custom skin, EMUI 5.1 overlaid on top of it. The P10 also has a fingerprint scanner embedded into its home button. Other sensors include an accelerometer, proximity sensor, compass and a gyroscope. The phone this time around has a stereo speaker setup for a louder listening experience. And finally, powering the device all up is a non-user removable 3200mAh battery. This will be enough to get users through a full day of heavy usage without any issues. And even if the battery does run out, there is the inclusion of USB Type-C and Fast charging capabilities.
Overall, I am really impressed by what the Huawei P10 has to offer. In the day and age where companies are making crazy design changes, it is good to see a conventional smartphone that just works. So will this phone make its way to Nepal? Well, if past trends are any indication then the Huawei P10 without a doubt will make its way to Nepal. We are not sure of the time frame but it is safe to assume to the phone will be priced at around Rs 80,000. We will keep you updated with any new developments and news. For those don’t forget to like our Facebook page and subscribe to our mailing list.