27 Feb 2017

Huawei launches new P10 to increase its share at #MWC17

In an early release, Huawei has launched its new P10 range of phones.

Huawei, which is aggressively aiming to increase its market share launched an impressive range of new phones.

Currently Huawei is the world's third largest smartphone manufacturer. It took the initiative to launch its new flagship phones at the event. This would strategically be a major coup with the world's largest supplier, Samsung not launching a new flagship phone in the light of the issues with its phone that has seen issues with batteries and having to face a complete recall of the phone.

The new Huawei P10 and P10 Plus smartphones serve as worth successors tot he previous P9.

The P10 boasts a 5.1 inch screen, 64GB storage, whilst the P10 Plus has a 5.5 inch screen and 128 GB storage. Both phones are waterproof in line with other new phones from the major suppliers.

IN addition tot he basic phone capabilities the company has launched its "Ultra Memory" feature which uses a machine learning algorithm to enable Apps to run faster and more effectively.

The new phones also have have a much better touch response time when compared to other flagship phones and they also support dual SIMs.

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