Huawei’s high-end series P10, featuring a dual-lens camera from Leica, is more than a smartphone for portraits, it’s at the cutting edge of smartphone innovation – that was our impression of the P10 after visiting its production line in Dongguan and test lab in Shenzhen.

The third largest smartphone brand worldwide, Huawei opened its technological production center and test labs to the public for the first time on its “Huawei Smartphone Open Day” held on May 16th, where the Shenzhen-based company showcased its products and technological achievements in the mobile industry.

Huawei opened its production line, as well as its test labs, filled with facilities that are among the most advanced production lines in APAC and even globally, powered by its large R&D investments each year. In 2016, Huawei invested over 11 billion US dollars in R&D, accounting for more than 15% of revenue, according to the 2016 Huawei Annual Report.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com