The Huawei P10 has been confirmed for launch on February 26, but there is still no word on the markets that will be receiving the phone once it is ready for purchase.
While markets such as China and a few others in Asia are rest assured that they will be able to purchase a new Huawei P10 once the phone is launched, those in other markets such as Europe and North America aren’t so sure about this. However, the latest reports will make you smile, if at all the P10 is a phone you are looking forward to.
According to reports, the Huawei P10 has just passed by the FCC, the country’s body for certifying communications devices. What this means is that the P10 has been confirmed for use in not just the U.S., but also in Canada. The certified phone carries model number VTR-L29, which closely resembles the VTR-L09 that was recently listed on Geekbench, prompting speculations that the company is currently testing the device ahead of launch.
Even though the FCC listing gives clear details of the phone’s model number, the only other major aspect it touches on is the battery. Apparently, the Huawei P10 will ship with a 3100mAh battery unit as well as support for dual-SIM connectivity. As for the rest of the specs, previous rumors have suggested that the phone will ship with a 5.2-inch Full HD screen, a Kirin 960 SoC with 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage.
The P10 should keep the 12MP dual-lens camera at the back that featured on the P9 and the front will come with an 8MP selfie camera. Software-wise, Android 7.0 Nougat will run the show. The Huawei P10 will be available starting at a price of about $500, which gives you the 4GB/32GB variant.
The launch is happening in less than two weeks and we should be able to do away with the many rumors and leaks about the P10. But as for now, these are the only links we have to the alleged P10. Keep following and we’ll keep you updated.