Huawei P10 may have been priced when announced at MWC 2017, but somehow it was all about the European market. It went for 650 euros in the P10 version and 799 euros in the P10 Plus one. Now we have the price for the Chinese market, which is $535 for the P10 unit.


The Chinese folks will have to wait till March 24th to buy the product, in two versions: 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage and 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. While the 64 GB storage one is priced at $535, the one with extra space is priced at $622. We’ve already unboxed the product for you here and we’re in the process of reviewing it.

The handset is a 5.1 incher with a Full HD resolution and it brings a powerful HiSilicon Kirin 960 processor, as well as a 3200 mAh battery. There’s a dual camera at the back with Leica 2.0 options and a 20 MP monochrome sensor, plus a 12 MP color sensor. We also get PDAF and laser focus, as well as a dual tone flash and a front 8 MP camera.

The nifty hues in which the smartphone is available are mystic silver, rose gold, grapphite black, dazzling gold, dazzling blue and greenery.


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