Huawei P10 allegedly spotted with dual-curved screen!

Huawei P10

If grunt isn’t what you’re after, the Huawei P9 is a mighty fine phone for this year. According to rumours, the next phone in line — the Huawei P10 — is in the works, and with something new.

The Huawei P10 is allegedly going to feature dual-curved edges. ‘Dual’ in the sense that it won’t just be the front or the rear that’s curved, but it’ll be curved on all sides. Huawei suddenly seem to have realized the love for curves — the recently launch Magic is a phone that’s probably the most curvy… ever.

Have a look at the leaked render of the P10 below.

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Huawei P10

Coming back to the Huawei P10, the phone is also expected to feature another first for Huawei — wireless charging. It’s a feature never seen on a Huawei before, and some believe it’s something that should be a standard.

That said, we’re only in the ‘preliminary leak phase’ for now, and almost everything said and heard must be taken with a pinch of salt. The P10 should be coming out in the next 4 months or so, so lets stay tuned for more information!

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  1. December 22, 2016

    I like Chinese phones – they are the only ones I have bought over the past few years. I especially like Xiaomi and Meizu. But no Huawei, thanks. Too expensive relative to other Chinese options, not so relative to Samsung and Sony of course but not the greatest value for money. The P9 had a great camera, apparently, but it was way too costly. Plus I have to say that I don’t like on-screen buttons.

    • MattD
      December 22, 2016

      Well, they have official warranty like samsung and “western” companies, that’s something many are more than willing to pay more for… Not saying their prices are relatively low, but it’s not a “chinese” company anymore, they’re a worldwide company like samsung, with higher prices but some benefits behind too… Also, the honor line is almost identical to huawei’s but significantly cheaper!

    • December 24, 2016

      And I had the complete opposite opinion against yours. Not that it’s a bad thing. Variety is always good.
      I moved from Oneplus to Honor. And using a MiPad. All three were great and get the job done.

  2. G'n'T
    December 22, 2016

    A Huawei phone with a front finger print scanner, be still my beating heart! lol. As others have said, start saving those pennies now..

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    December 22, 2016

    STOP THE PHONE DISCRIMINATION , not all have to be slim af

    Real phones have curves