S7 Edge

How the Huawei P10’s dual cameras fare against the competition

And it’s good news for the collaboration between China’s Huawei and Germany’s Leica.

DxOMark has given the regular P10 a high score of 87, with higher marks for photos than videos. This puts the new smartphone in third place, next to the Google Pixel — the current top scorer with 89 points — and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the HTC 10, and the Sony Xperia X Performance — all with a rating of 88.

More evidence of a water-resistant Samsung Galaxy S7

The latest report to add credence to these rumours comes from tracking site Zauba ​(via SamMobile), which claims to have a list of the devices' components.

Listed parts include a waterproof mic and a SIM tray on both devices, and waterproof tape on the Galaxy S7 Edge - both handsets sound capable of making a splash.

It's unclear whether the latest Samsung flagships will be fully submergeable, but water-resistance looks like a given.