Huawei P10 gets FCC certification, battery capacity revealed

Yordan, 15 February 2017

Huawei announced that we should expect Huawei P10 at MWC on February 26. Less than two weeks before the official unveiling the device, named VTR-L29, got certified by the Federal Communications Commission of the US. From a document we see Huawei Technologies got a certification for a phone that operates on 15 bands.

We also have confirmation on the battery - it’s 3100 mAh which is slightly better than its predecessor Huawei P9. The smartphone aslo has 2 SIM slots which isn’t really a surprise.

Huawei P10 will have 5.5” display, Kirin 960 SoC and 4GB or 6GB RAM, while it’s bigger sibling Huawei P10 Plus will also have an 8GB RAM version.

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Reader comments

  • Kupao

Fair enough. You are correct. Also, judging by the resolution that this phone will run on they actually need to ramp up the battery capacity.

  • AnonD-546038

Read my post again, seems you didn't understand what i said.

  • Kupao

Why do you ignore the power saving technologies that they are trying to implement? Do you even have a clue how this device will last with its 3100 battery or did you just get the conclusion that it will be short handed based on the capacity?

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