The hotly-anticipated Huawei P8 is due to be revealed in less than two weeks from now, with a launch event scheduled for April 15. As the wait is drawing to an end though, we're now being treated to another batch of photos revealing a few details of the smartphone's body.
The surrounding metal frame is the centerpiece of the leak and apparently Huawei is pretty proud of its craftsmanship. A lathe blade is pictured, next to the finely chamfered edges of the frame, accenting its premium quality.
The recessed power button on the right side gets its own photo, together with the volume rocker. Rumor has it that the small button might house a fingerprint sensor, after the P8 passed TENAA certification without one on the back, which was the former concept. The main camera with its dual LED flash in the top left corner of the back is the focus of the third tiny image.
All these features nicely match the previously leaked schematics of the P8. You can also tell that the images belong to the P8 and not its smaller sibling, the P8 Lite, which sports a flipped camera/flash arrangement.