Huawei will be one of the stars of the 2017 Mobile World Congress (MWC). The fair that will be held in Barcelona, which starts later this month, will be attended by the Chinese company and many others.
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Of course, as it should be, EBox will also be there to cover everything that goes on over the days of the presentations. Numerous news on the site and first-hand videos on YouTube is the kind of content you won't miss. So, first of all, subscribe to EBox YouTube channel so you get a pioneering and privileged look at the Huawei P10, P10 Plus and so many other smartphones.
But if so far everything could be surprising, it will be a little more difficult now. In fact, a new image has fallen into leak This morning we can see that we will have three variants of the Huawei P10 and two of the P10 Plus.
Apparently, by the image, Huawei will abandon the fingerprint reader at the back of the equipment once and for all. These will now display it below the screen. As for the screen we will also have differences since the P10 will have a screen flat (common) and the Plus version one screen edge (with curved sides).
As for the actual differences between the variants of each terminal, the Huawei P10 will ship with 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of internal storage. The third version will have more RAM and more storage, ie 6GB and 128GB, respectively. The price differences between these P10 versions will be 100 € each. Thus, theoretically, the cheapest will cost 500 €, the next 600 € and the most expensive will cost approximately 700 €.
For the Huawei P10 Plus, it can be purchased with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage or, on the other hand, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The most basic, well-quoted version of the P10 Plus will cost a little more than the more expensive P10, which is a little over € 700. Already the version premium This Huawei will cost more than 800 €, and may even be close to 900 €.
Apparently, this rumor belies a previous one regarding the prices of these terminals, since, after all, there will be at least one model, with a price around 500 € as it happened in 2016.
Interestingly enough, this time, the company that has already conquered the mid-range market in UK (and in other countries) wants to do the same with its flagships. This is because, assuming that the final prices will be those, Huawei will be able to market five devices that cover a price range between 500 € and 900 €.
Undoubtedly, should this come true on February 26, Huawei's strategy will have everything to be a success. We will see what will happen.
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