Confirmed Huawei P10, P10 Plus Will Feature Alexa Voice Assistant With Google DayDream Support
Huawei keeps pushing forward on its plan of conquering the American market and beating Apple as the second largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. It has been previously reported that Huawei P10 and P10 Plus will be making its way this year along with new specification added to both handhelds.
According to BGR, the Chinese company vice president, Richard Yu has revealed few features for the said devices. Yu stated that Huawei will launched two products namely P10 and P10 Plus along with Amazon's voice assistant Alexa and will be Google DayDream ready.
The publication further reports that the upcoming handhelds might be featuring bezel-less display and comes with a physical home button on the front that will also serves as a fingerprint scanner. The news outlet also stated that the P10 will come with an edge-like dual-curved display.
Meanwhile, iTech Post cited that both Huawei smartphones will receive more expectations from consumers as previous flagships, Huawei P9 and P9 Plus did very well during its time. Without a doubt, this was all planned from the Chinese company that everyone expected from Huawei this year. Given that the P9 and P9 Plus was such a success, the Chinese company would want a follow-up.
The news outlet further added that both smartphones will feature different display screen sizes with the P10 having 5.2-inch screen. On the other hand, the Huawei P10 Plus will have much bigger display screen size.
Both devices is sported with the Kirin 950 chipset with 6GB of RAM and wireless charging. Although, many users did specify that both Huawei flagship could run with Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor, but the publication believes that one of the handsets will sport the said chipset.
So far, there is nothing much of the said variant's prices and other features that has been reported, but fans of the Chinese company will just have to wait patiently. There are reports that both Huawei P10 and P10 Plus smartphones will be revealed at the Mobile World Congress next month at Barcelona, Spain.