Huawei P10 is in the works and that's no secret. The Huawei P9, which pioneered the dual Leica-powered camera, is now more than six months old, and by today's standards it means the P9 series has reached half its product life. Sure, the P9 has been a bestseller for the company and will continue to be so over the holiday season, but the Huawei's next big thing is already in development.

Huawei P10

We reported last week about a few live pictures of the alleged Huawei P10, which were leaked along with some of the phone's specs. Today, we have a new set of pictures that provide us with a better look on Huawei's upcoming flagship.

And judging by this new picture, there won't be a key at all. Apparently, the panel is a seamless glass, including the key holder, which means the key will be a capacitive one with an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner beneath.

The Huawei P10 is rumored to pack a 5.5" Quad HD screen and the latest Kirin 960 SoC with 4 gigs of RAM. There is no info whether it will feature the same second-gen Leica camera we saw on the Mate 9, or a new third-gen Leica setup.

Aside from the two display versions, there will be two other variations of the phone based on the amount of memory: 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, and 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM. The pictures also confirm Huawei P10 will retain the dual-camera setup on the Huawei Mate 9 and Huawei Honor 8.