Huawei P10 enters the UAE market

Devices feature precise 3D facial mapping technology
Huawei has carried out research to create more natural-looking photos, as well as studio-level portrait tools and illumination effects.
Huawei has carried out research to create more natural-looking photos, as well as studio-level portrait tools and illumination effects.

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Huawei's latest flagship P series, the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus, has arrived in the UAE.

The devices feature Leica Dual-Camera 2.0 and Leica Dual-Camera 2.0 Pro Edition to deliver high-quality smartphone photography.

Building on its tagline, ‘make every shot a cover shot', the devices feature precise 3D facial mapping technology, portrait enhancements, and dynamic illumination.

The camera has a 12-megapixel RGB sensor, a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor and enhanced fusion algorithms. Plus, when paired with the dual camera Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) solution, it can offer superior night shot capabilities.

Huawei has carried out research to create more natural-looking photos, as well as studio-level portrait tools and illumination effects.

David Wang, UAE country manager, Huawei Consumer Business Group, said: "With the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus, our ambition is to offer people a compelling photography experience by putting the power of a photography studio in their pocket, together with standout features that redefine portrait photography."

Other features include the Kirin 960 processor, an all-new EMUI 5.1, as well as a fingerprint sensor on the front. With 3,200 for the Huawei P10 and 3750 mAh battery for the Huawei P10 Plus, both smartphones also support Huawei SuperCharge technology.

The devices are available in Dazzling Gold, Dazzling Blue and Graphite Black. The Huawei P10 costs AED 1,899 and the Huawei P10 Plus costs AED 2,599 from selected retail outlets across the UAE.

Also, the smartphones come with an initial 3 month screen damage warranty service, along with a standard one year waaranty package and free engraving and pick-up and delivery service.

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