Huawei has just launched the new Mate 9 based on the new Kirin 960 chipset, but already there is a listing on GFX Bench for the next model that the company might launch in 2017, probably a prototype for P10.
This seems to be based on the same chipset proprietary new generation plentiful RAM and an improved display, which could mark the passage series of Full HD to QHD.
Listing on GFX Bench describes a smartphone based on an octa-core processor chipset 2.3 GHz model HiSilicon Hi3660 called commercial terms as Kirin 960.
It comes with an ARM Mali GPU-G71, which should be two times more powerful than the previous model. The display is listed diagonal of 5.5 “(similar to P9 Plus) and QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels), a first for the P-series.
The only model with QHD display from Huawei launched so far under the brand Mate own was the new 9 Pro / Porsche Design.
Other important features disclosed listing on GFX Bench are 6 GB RAM, internal storage space of 256 GB and camera with 12-megapixel resolution, but that can record videos at a resolution UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels).
Interesting is the fact that the front camera will benefit from filming a close UHD resolution (3264 x 1840), but the photo sensor can capture 7-megapixel images.
Details about Huawei P10 currently less known are those that describe the exterior of the device.
This could borrow some design elements of the new Mate 9 or could continue in the direction of the P8 and P9 boxy patterns.
As this model will come to market until next spring, it is no surprise that it will ship with Android 7.0 interface with EMUI.