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That unavoidable comparison was evident from the moment I picked up the P10 – because it really looks like an iPhone.
Those camera lenses are set right near the top, on a sleek black band which proudly displays the Leica badge; it’s about as close as the P10 gets to flamboyance, and works really nicely.
Whatever colour the P10 is, though, it’s a smart and smartly built device.
The Graphite Black model may lack distinguishing features, but it nestles nicely into the palm and feels really solid.
But either way it works; fingerprints will be confined to the front of the phone on this model.
Shooting photos with the Leica-branded Huawei P10
referring to For the P10, Huawei is introducing “enhanced fusion algorithms,” which should, in theory, produce sharper and more vivid photos.
If I were shooting a stationary object, such as some ice cream cones, I could keep the shutter speed low (1/60, for instance) and prioritize other settings.
Huawei’s P10 (and P10 Plus, which I didn’t have a chance to use) has two sensors: a 20-megapixel monochrome one and a 12-megapixel RGB version.
It’s activated through a tab in Huawei’s camera app and gives you access to ISO, shutter speed and other useful settings.
That’s the biggest praise I can give this camera: Eventually, the hardware melted away and I had fun taking photos.
Huawei P10 (RM2499)We’re one of the first few countries in the world to receive Huawei’s latest flagship, the P10.
The Huawei P10 comes in Prestige Gold and Graphite Black and preorder for the P10 starts 23 March at the Huawei Experience Store, Lazada and Vmall.
Here’s what we thought of the Huawei P10.
The dual rear cameras are 20MP and 12MP set up with OIS with SUMMARIT-H f/2.2 lenses.
Measuring in with its 5.1” Full HD display, 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage, all eyes are on the dual camera set up co-engineered with Leica.
collected by :Lara Phillip