Huawei P10 2017 – Apple and Samsung’s Biggest Competition

Huawei P10 2017 – Apple and Samsung’s Biggest Competition


These days the tech market is filled with fierce competition from the likes of Apple, Samsung but another big tech company is about to take the market by the storm. Everybody knows that Huawei has been trying to make a name for itself for a while now and recent reports are showing that the Chinese based manufacturer will launch a new flagship smartphone during 2017.

Huawei’s device is supposedly going to go head to head with the upcoming Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8 during the upcoming year. Leaked reports are pointing out that the device will sport a 5.5 inch QHD screen that comes with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and that will be powered by the octa-core Kirin 960 SoC processor which clocks at 2.3 GHz and that’s paired with 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage space. Tech experts are speculating that Huawei will equip the device with a 12MP rear camera and a smaller 8MP front camera and also that the device will feature the same curved display style Samsung is using with their Galaxy S7 Edge.

In terms of camera equipment, Huawei has been partnering up with Leica and the two companies created some of the best camera lenses on the market right now. Huawei’s latest P9 device is actually equipped with an excellent Leica camera which provides users with the ability to snap high quality pictures.

Going against Apple and Samung’s flagship device is not going to be easy at all and Huawei needs to create a near flawless device to be able to persuade customers to buy their device. In order to do that Huawei’s new flagship device will ship with Android Nougat straight out of the box which will put the device up to par with the other flagships in terms of operating system.


  1. The Huawei P9 Plus is a monster … If they change the fingher print sensor and if they make Huawei another Samsung or iPhone clones … shame on them … I will change the manufacturer ..

  2. 6GB RAM & 12MP Camera? they are joking ,i can bet with myMoney that an 8GB RAM phone will flood the Market before then ,so it will be irrelevant. source

  3. I’ll likely miss out on this one (need a phone soon) but I hope they include IP67/68 rating and OIS. That would make it a complete phone!

  4. It does make sense to have the finger print sensor placement at the front. Imagine you making Android Pay with NFC contactless while authorized with fingerprint.