Huawei sent invitations out to members of the press this afternoon, inviting the world of tech journalism to an event taking place in Barcelona on 26 February, the day before MWC officially kicks off. Of course there are many interpretations possible for "flagship device", but it could well be the Huawei P10.

Huawei P10

It's likely CEO Richard Yu will take the wraps off the Huawei P10, the successor to the Huawei P9, which will surely build on the hardware and software platform of Huawei's latest phablet. The rumor mill has yet to conjure up anything particularly convincing on what the P10 will look like.

Leaked images suggest we'll see a phone with a front-mounted fingerprint sensor, rather than a scanner built into the back of the phone. In many ways it looks similar to the Huawei Mate 9 Porsche Design, with its glass and metal combination and the pill-shaped home button.

Until all of Huawei P10 is announced, it's all just hearsay for now, but Huawei might actually give us something to remember them by at Barcelona this year.