The unannounced Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Lite are hitting the headlines once again after both smartphones have been spotted in UAProf (User Agent Profile) files revealing some of their characteristics. Data shows and confirms that both the Huawei P10 and P10 Lite will have 1080p displays, and both devices seem to run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
The Huawei P10 is identified in UAProf as model number “VTR-L09”, whereas the Huawei P10 Lite carries a similar model number “VKY-L09”. Both smartphones are equipped Full HD displays, but not much else is revealed aside from the screen resolution and OS version. However, both the Huawei P10 and P10 Lite have been the subject of numerous leaks and rumors since the beginning of 2017, and the Huawei P10, at least, could be released in March or April. Spec-wise, the Huawei P10 is said to accommodate a 5.2-inch curved display covered with 2.5D glass, and is expected to accommodate an in-house Kirin 960 System-on-Chip (SoC) as well as a 3,100 mAh battery. Meanwhile, the Huawei P10 Lite was previously spotted in the database of GFXBench where it flaunted what seems to be a mid-range Kirin SoC coupled with 4 GB of RAM. Furthermore, the Huawei P10 Lite could also feature 64 GB of on-board storage, as well as a 12-megapixel main camera along with an 8-megapixel front facing sensor.
Although both the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Lite are shown as running Android 7.0 Nougat in UAProf, it should be noted that both devices will most likely have their operating systems covered by Huawei’s proprietary EMUI user interface. Either way, there is a possibility that the duo will be officially announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. The event will open its doors to the public on February 27 and will last until the 2nd of March. Huawei is also seemingly working on a third Huawei P10 variant known as the Huawei P10 Pro, but that particular device is likely to adopt higher-end specifications including a 2K display. However, the Huawei P10 Pro wasn’t listed in UAProf and the device could arrive at a slightly later date compared to its siblings.