The Huawei P10 has been making a lot of noise online these past few weeks. One big reason for that is because Huawei has been gradually teasing this new flagship smartphone that it’s due to unveil at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona later this month. We’ve also seen many rumors and leaks related to this device. The most recent leak comes from the Federal Communications Commission which appears to have released real photos of the Huawei P10 in its listing for the device.
The images don’t really reveal something big about the handset considering the fact that it has already been reported countless times that the Huawei P10 is going to look a lot like the Huawei P9. However, one can see that the fingerprint sensor is going to be mounted on the back on Huawei’s latest flagship smartphone.
The leaked images also show that the device is going to have a dual-camera setup on the back that’s positioned horizontally and that it’s going to have a metal back. Huawei recently confirmed via a teaser that this flagship smartphone is going to be available in blue, gold, and green colors. Pictures of the second variant, the Huawei P10 Plus, haven’t appeared online as yet but it’s possible that we’ll get to see that handset as well before Huawei makes the official announcement.
Huawei is due to unveil the P10 on February 27th at a press conference as part of the Mobile World Congress 2017 that takes place in Barcelona at the end of this month.