With the Huawei Mate 9 launch out of the way, all eyes are on Huawei's next device and what it might bring. Here is everything we have heard so far about the Huawei P10. Be sure to grab the salt and take a big pinch as nothing has been confirmed as yet.

Huawei P10

Huawei tends to announce its "P" flagship smartphone in April and its Mate series in the latter half of the year so we'd expect the P10 to make an appearance in April 2017 for a summer launch.

The leak presents a solid metal unibody design with a dual camera setup on the rear and as with the Huawei P9, the camera sensors and flash seem to be positioned at the top within the antenna band. No Leica branding is seen on leak, but we'd expect this collaboration to continue.

The fingerprint sensor appears to have moved positions however, with the leak indicating a move to the front of the handset rather than the rear. Huawei put a fingerprint sensor on the front of the special edition Mate 9 Porsche Design model, suggesting it might be testing it out and do the same for the P10, but aside traditionally it has opted for rear-mounted.

How reliable these sample images are remains to be seen for now, but a metal body and dual camera setup within the antenna band for the Huawei P10 are most definitely plausible features.

A leak on GizOK suggests the Huawei P10 could feature a 5.5-inch display with a Quad HD resolution. The Huawei P9 features a 5.2-inch Full HD display, while the Huawei P9 Plus offers a 5.5-inch Full HD display, meaning the leak could refer to a larger P10 rather than the standard model.

The leak gives the model number LON-L29, but it doesn't specify anything else. The P9 had the model number LON-L19, which is where the P10 theory comes from. Either way though, if the leak is accurate, we will hopefully see a bump in resolution and possibly size. A 5.5-inch display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution would result in a pixel density of 534ppi compared to the P9's 424ppi and P9 Plus's 401ppi.