Huawei launched its P10 and P10 Plus phones at the Mobile World Congress 2017, the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry. Huawei then quickly made plans to bring the P10 into Kenya. This is to ensure that Huawei has control in terms of distribution of the phone in the country.
Huawei hopes the P10 will help grow its market share in Kenya from 14%, which it achieved last year to a targeted 50% growth in sales this year.
Some of the specifications of the Huawei P10 include a 4GB RAM, 32GB storage space expandable to 256GB, Android 7.0 Nougat, 4G Network support, Dual camera setup using Leica lenses.
The phone has been available for pre order from Safaricom since April at Ksh 65,000. It will hit the shelves in May.