Huawei P10 Plus is packing Kirin 960 CPU, an Octa Core SoC consisting of four 2.4GHz cores and four at 1.8GHz. It’s not the newest or flashiest chipset, and Huawei fans will be a little disappointed to see it trotted out again after its appearance on Huawei Mate 9.

Huawei P10 Plus comes with 5.5-inch LCD IPS-NEO panel packing a quad-HD (2560 x 1440) resolution that looks superb.  IPS screen has great viewing angles and get plenty bright and are easily viewable under broad daylight, with an impressive brightness of close to 600 nits, both according to Huawei’s claims and to Android Authority’s display testing. 

Huawei P10 Plus offers one of the bigger battery packs on the market right now, at 3750mAh, which would get six hours of screen-on time under typical usage. One of the things keeping the P10 Plus so speedy is the whopping 6GB RAM inside which is paired with 128GB of storage. There's also a Micro-SD card slot for adding even more – up to 256GB.

Huawei P10 Plus is Huawei’s best phone yet. It takes the decent P10 and improves it in a variety of ways. Huawei P10 Plus is not perfect, but it is about as close as it is possible to get right now. It offer almost all the benefits of the larger Mate 9 flagship but in smaller, more manageable form factors. To put this is in perspective, most smart phones in the 5.1-inch range don’t have half the features of the regular Huawei P10 Plus.