It would be easy to confuse the P10 for a Leica phone - the German camera brand features so prominently on the new flagship.
The Leica Dual Camera 2.0 on the back features SUMMARIT-H lenses, feeding light into one 12MP color sensor and one 20MP monochrome sensor. The complex system features a 4-in-1 hybrid autofocus, optical image stabilization and can create instantaneous depth of field effects.
The selfie camera gathers twice as much light as the previous generation. There’s brains behind this 8MP eye too, it automatically switches to wide-angle mode when it sees more people join your selfie shot - what would properly be called a grofie (see? We’re hip with new terms).
Let’s flip the tables and make the Huawei P10 the subject of a photo instead of the photographer. The phone is dressed up in three different styles - an eye-catching diamond cut on the back is all new, but the sandblast and high-gloss finishes will also find their fans.
Huawei also contributed the Kirin 960 chipset to the spectacle that is the P10. It promises the best gaming performance out of any Kirin this far while its friend, Huawei Ultra Memory, will keep apps zipping along.
So, what do you think of this future photography icon?
Wait a couple of months. It'll come down in price.
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