Every phonemaker is trying to “innovate” in the same way in 2017, with sleek devices that are basically all screen and glass.
But Huawei, the third largest smartphone maker in the world, isn’t playing that game. The company just launched its new flagships, the P10 and the P10 Plus, at a Mobile World congress event in Barcelona, and these phones aren’t a radical departure from their predecessors.
The biggest change on the 5.2-inch P10 and the 5.5-inch P10 Plus is the new fingerprint sensor on the front. It’s a smooth, glass surface that responds to touches with a subtle vibration, and it also replaces Android’s standard on-screen controls (which can be turned on in the settings, if you so desire). Note that like the sensor on the iPhone 7, this isn’t technically a button. Read more…