Is the next Huawei P-series going to be an imaging powerhouse? 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. Following the Pixel 2's score of 98 are the Huawei Mate 10 and iPhone X, both tied at 97.
The ads were posted by known mobile tipster Evan Blass, who claims they're from a creative agency that works with Huawei. Moreover, the cameras may be once again co-engineered with photography company Leica. In spite of the success, Huawei won't be resting on its oars next year, as a new leak has revealed key info about the next gen P-series.
We have yet to see any triple rear camera Huawei phones so we're not quite sure what to expect, but the extra lens may add some extra functionality similar to how dual-rear cameras can do more than a single lens camera.
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This could be a mask for the time being to cover the actual Huawei P11 branding of the device or it could also suggest Huawei launching a new camera-centric "PCE series" smartphone. The selfie camera image talks about a 24MP high resolution image for clear and sharp details. The ads specify different features of the camera such as Pro Night Mode and Pro AI assist. These features include a dedicated "Pro" night mode that will take full advantage of the "new sensor and optics", which themselves are said to be capable of capturing "100 percent more light".
That seems even more likely when you consider that Huawei's already commissioning promotional posters for the handset. To top things off, Huawei will be using some AI magic to let the camera app do "instant scene recognition" and auto framing.