Huawei is expected to launch a couple of new smartphones in the near future. The Huawei P10 flagship and its P10 Lite sibling might very well be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona later this month. We’ve been hearing rumors and reports about these smartphones and now the P10 Lite is believed to have made a pit stop over at Geekbench where it has revealed some of its specifications.

According to the Geekbench listing, this unreleased Huawei smartphone with model number WAS-LX1A features the company’s own Kirin 655 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. Bear in mind that the company hasn’t confirmed anything officially about this handset as yet so these specs are far from confirmed.

It also mentions that the handset is going to run Android 7.0 Nougat straight out of the box. No further details have been revealed by the benchmark listing so far but you can form an idea of what it’s going to offer since this is meant to be a mid-range smartphone.

The Huawei P10 is obviously going to be considerably better and more powerful than this handset. Recent reports have also suggested that it might be the most expensive handset that Huawei has ever released in its P series.

We will find out soon enough if all of this is true. MWC 2017 kicks off February 26th.

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