Huawei P10 Passes FCC Certification, Will Come In Three Color Options

Huawei P10 Passes FCC Certification, Will Come In Three Color Options

Huawei is set to launch its next flagship, the Huawei P10, along with a new Huawei Watch 2 on February 26th at MWC. The device has been subject to frequent leaks and rumors for a while now. Just a few days ago, we got to see the device from multiple angles, thanks to some leaked renders.

Now, some images shared by Evan Blass aka @evleaks on his Twitter account show the Huawei P10 will come in three color variants: blue, gold and green.

Meanwhile, the Huawei P10 also cleared the FCC certification just recently. As per the FCC listing, the P10 will pack a 3,100 mAh battery and will have dual SIM support. Unfortunately, the listing didn’t reveal any other valuable information about the device.

Not much has remained unknown about Huawei’s upcoming flagship device, though, thanks to a steady stream of leaks so far. Earlier leaks have shown that the Huawei P10 will sport a flat 5.2-inch Full HD display, it will be powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 960 SoC, and that the device will feature 12 MP Leica-branded dual-camera setup on the back and 5 MP front snapper.

Earlier leaks also suggest that there will be a Plus variant of the same device called the Huawei P10 Plus. The Huawei P10 Plus is said to sport a 5.5-inch curved QHD display, with other key hardware such as SoC and camera setup being the same as the standard P10.

The Huawei P10 is believed to come in three storage variants: 4GB RAM + 32 GB, 4 RAM + 64 GB and 6GB RAM + 128. On the other hand, the Huawei P10 Plus is rumored to pack in up to whopping 8 GB of RAM with multiple storage variants — we remain skeptical though.

Both devices are said to come equipped with a USB-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a single bottom-firing speaker.

Huawei has already confirmed a launch event on February 26 in Barcelona, Spain, where the company is expected to launch the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus devices along with a new Android Wear 2.0 powered watch.

Source 1: FCC (via The Android Soul) Source 2: @evleaks

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