The Huawei P10 is the latest flagship from Huawei. It was announced at MWC 2017 and so far has gotten mainly positive reviews. The phone was released together with the P10 Plus and both have actually been available for pre-order for about 2 weeks now. However, their prices haven’t been disclosed and interested buyers have to pay a deposit of ¥999.
Both devices will officially go on sale on the 24th of March which is when their pricing details will be known. March 24 is just two days away but a leaked image has revealed the price for the new flagships ahead of the launch day.
The price details were leaked on Weibo by an unknown source and show the pricing for all the storage variants of both phones.
The Huawei P10 will be available in three memory variants: 4GB + 32GB, 4GB + 64GB, and 6GB + 128GB and they will sell for ¥3488 ($506), ¥4088 ($594), and ¥4688 ($681) respectively. The last memory configuration comes as a surprise since the official launch stated that the 6GB of RAM will be exclusive to the P10 Plus.
For the P10 Plus, there is a 4GB + 64GB model priced at ¥4988 ($724) and a 6GB + 128GB model priced at ¥5688 ($826). The prices are pretty high this year and are almost at par with that of the iPhone.
What do you think about the price of the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus? Is it worth it or will you rather settle for the Mate 9 which sells for less but sports the same Kirin 960 processor?