The Huawei P9 and Huawei P9 Plus are amongst the most powerful smartphones Huawei had introduced this year. These two devices were announced back in April, and we've already seen several rumors / leaks when it comes to the Huawei P10 which is expected to land in the first half of next year. Having that in mind, a couple of new renders just leaked, and these are allegedly showing off the Huawei P10, even though the design doesn't fit with previous leaks.
If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll notice a rather futuristic-looking smartphone, and even though it looks really sleek and everything, this seems more like a concept design than the actual device that Huawei might introduce next year. A leak that surfaced quite recently is far more believable than the one right here, but anything is possible. In any case, this smartphone is made out of metal, it seems, and it has a blue strip below the display, which is presumably an LED notification light of sorts, or at least we guess it is considering its color is different in the third image. This LED notification light is definitely different than everything we've seen thus far, and looks really nice, no doubt about that. In addition to that, the device has very thin bezels on its top and its sides, while the 'chin' is present below the display.
Now, things get very interesting when you take a look at the left-hand side of this phone, as it seems like there's a smaller display there which acts as a status bar of sorts, probably an always on display like the one on the LG V20. On that display, you can see your signal and Wi-Fi connection status, time, etc. There are two cameras included on the back of this phone, and Leica's branding is yet again here, which means those cameras have Leica's lenses on top of them. The laser autofocus is located next to the dual camera setup, and next to it you'll notice the dual-LED flash. So, as we already mentioned, this is quite probably just a Huawei P10 concept, but you never know, the Xiaomi Mi MIX managed to surprise us all, so… who knows. In any case, stay tuned, we'll report back soon.