The Huawei P10‘s Leica Dual Camera 2.0 has been pretty hyped up when it comes to image quality. It’s got two different sensors that work together plus a pair of lenses that have been co-engineered with Leica. While it looks exactly the same on paper as last year’s Mate 9, it appears that in practice — as DxOMark discovers — it’s a lot better.
You may have heard of Huawei’s crazy Porsche Design Mate 9 which costs RM6,999. When it came out, most of the reaction we got from you guys went along the lines of “SO EXPENSIVE, WHO’S GOING TO BUY THIS?!”.
Well, one thousand people did.
Huawei Malaysia has officially unveiled its P10 lineup with 3 distinctive models. Apart from the P10 and P10 Plus, Huawei is also introducing the P10 Lite for the Malaysian market.
Leica Dual Camera 2.0. When you hear a sentence like that, it just reeks of marketing mumbo jumbo that’s designed to make you feel like a camera is better than it is supposed to be.
UPDATE: Huawei Malaysia has sent out P10 launch invites for 8 March.
The Huawei P10 could be heading to Malaysia as early as next week. This could be the fastest roll out yet from the Chinese smartphone maker in Malaysia.
Huawei has unveiled the P10 and P10 Plus, their new flagship smartphone duo to kick off 2017. Replacing the previous P9, the new P10 series turns things up to 11 with a new sleek metal body, a higher resolution display, larger battery and perhaps most importantly an upgraded camera system called the Leica Dual Camera 2.0 Pro Edition.
Huawei is launching the P10 next week and it was teased with the tagline “Change the way the world sees you”. If you’ve been following their teasers on their official Twitter account, they have been dropping obvious hints that Huawei isn’t settling for the traditional black and white.
All eyes will be on Huawei next week as they will be launching its brand new Huawei P10 flagship at MWC 2017. Ahead of its grand reveal, we now get a better idea of what it looks like thanks to serial leakster @onleaks.