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Huawei P11 Leak Shows Unique Trio-Camera Setup

07 December 2017, 07:00 | Justin Tyler

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Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei, is expected to release a new model to replace its current P10 series and there's a possibility that it might not be called the P11. Besides the new leak suggests that Huawei is preparing a device with highest camera setup in its flagship P-series.

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. And yeah, like the predecessors, the Huawei P11 is also rumored to feature camera lenses made by Leica. Now Huawei is working on its latest smartphone which will be P11.

Just yesterday, Huawei's sub-brand Honor has launched the new Honor View 10 AI phones along with the budget-centric Honor 7X at an event held in London.

According to an image posted by Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter, the next gen Huawei P-series will come with Pro triple-lens Leica cameras with 40MP and 5x hybrid zoom.


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. It will also have a 24MP Pro Selfie Camera with low light enhancement for clearer and sharper details. Moreover, Pro Night Mode will ensure you "shoot gorgeous night scenes" without a tripod. Using new sensors and optics, the cameras will be able to take in 100% more light for better night photos.

That seems even more likely when you consider that Huawei's already commissioning promotional posters for the handset.

The cameras will also take advantage of the AI Camera Assist feature that helps with scene recognition, auto framing, and mode suggestions for the best results.



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