The cameras in phones keep getting better and better - but the next Huawei P-series phone sounds like it. A couple of months back, Huawei launched the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro smartphones in Munich.
The upcoming Huawei P-series smartphone dubbed the Huawei P11 is rumored to feature not two, but three camera sensors in the rear of the device thus allowing the rear camera setup to take images up to 40MP in resolution with 100% extra light and better stabilized night shots. In a tweet published earlier today, which you can see below, it was suggested that the next device in Huawei's P series could house a triple-lens, 40 MP rear camera setup with 5x hybrid zoom and a 24 MP selfie camera.
This leaked marketing material for Huawei comes to us from Evan Blass who discovered it on a website owned by a digital artist who works at one of the company's creative agencies. According to some newly leaked Huawei ads, it seems that the Chinese company isn't satisfied with being in a tie for second place. There will be a 24MP front-facing camera as well. A triple lens rear camera would also be a break from the P10 and Huawei P9, which both use dual rear cameras.
The ads also point to a "Pro Night Mode" feature and AI integrations. Then there is Pro AI camera assist which will be capable of doing things like automatic "scene recognition" and "auto framing" and the details on the poster state that it will help users in capture every moment effortlessly.
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Over the past few years, Huawei has focused a lot on the camera quality of its flagship devices, partnering with Leica to offer users with excellent photographic capabilities.
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So expect the Huawei P11 to "probably" become official at Mobile World Congress 2018.