Earlier today, Huawei unveiled the P10 and P10 Plus, its new flagship handsets. The new devices are the successors to last year's P9 range-toppers, and aim to perfect the formula of their predecessors.
The new P10 features Huawei's own octa-core Kirin 960 processor, along with 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage. It will also be available in a huge variety of colors, with sleek and stylish metallic bodywork.
Like the P9, the P10 has dual rear cameras co-engineered with imaging specialists Leica. The P10 features the next generation of that setup, promising greatly improved photos and videos, including 4K video support, and 'smart' systems to boost the overall quality of your snaps, and that of the general photography experience on the device.
You can get a quick overview of what the Huawei P10 has to offer in the video below, including some very early impressions of the new 5.1-inch device:
We'll be putting the Huawei P10 through its paces in the coming weeks, including comparisons with the P9. Be on the lookout for that, and in the meantime, stay tuned to Neowin for more news and video from this week's Mobile World Congress exhibition in Barcelona.