Huawei P10 render reveals Leica-branded dual cameras, rear-mounted fingerprint sensor

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Earlier this week, a couple of live images of Huawei’s upcoming flagship, the P10, surfaced on the interwebs. The leaked images gave us a glimpse on the phone’s fresh design-language alongside its dual may refer to: Dual (mathematics), a notion of paired concepts that mirror one another Dual (category theory), a formalization of mathematical duality . . . see more cases in Category:Duality primary camera setup, but was hard to make out the Leica branding which was the highlight of the Huawei P9 (review). But thanks to a new press render of1 the Huawei P10, we can now see the dual Leica-branded rear cameras camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or both clearly.


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