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With the Huawei P10 and the Watch 2 confirmed for the MWC 2017 trade show, it appears that the flagship has taken a sprint towards Geekbench, because the model name and the scores would suggest so in the benchmarking image. The benchmarking scores also suggest that this would be the base model of the P10, because we’ve seen from its predecessors that Huawei does not intend on releasing just a single model. Just like the P9 Plus, there is also going to be a P10 Plus getting announced at the MWC 2017 show, but for now let us look at the benchmarking scores of what appears to be the base model of the Huawei P10.
The model according to previous rumors will feature 4GB of RAM and the benchmarks show that this particular one features the exact amount of RAM and mentioned before. The model name of the device is marked as HUAWEI VTR-L09 and the processor itself has been listed as running a total of eight cores, with the speed running at 1.84GHz.
The rumor states that there could be a Kirin 960 running inside the P10, although other reports have indicated that the new Kirin 965 would be running inside the smartphone and would be armed with the latest ARM Cortex-A73 cores and Mali-G71 GPU. From the specifications bit, P10 could have a screen size of 5.2 inches but its not been confirmed if the display is going to be a FHD one or a QHD one.
What we know for sure is that there are going to be several models introduced this month, and all of them are going to feature premium build quality. Some of these devices might also feature OLED panels, with support for wireless charging and iris scanning technology, much like the Galaxy Note7. Looks like this year is going to be another competitive year for smartphones.