Huawei Could Add A Triple Camera To P-Series in 2018

Huawei Could Add A Triple Camera To P-Series in 2018

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.

The cameras in phones keep getting better and better - but the next Huawei P-series phone sounds like it.

A new leak suggests that Huawei may be hard at work on a beastly camera setup for the next entries in its flagship P-series. The ads have not been officially published and the agency already removed them from its portfolio. Besides, from the time the Chinese manufacturer has partnered with Leica Huawei seems to be focused on improving and enhancing the camera quality in its smartphones. Transitioning to a 24-megapixel front camera would be a significant step up from the P10. The information comes from Bruce Lee, Huawei's Vice President of Handsets Product Line, so it's worth remembering.

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Too much of dual-camera these days?

Huawei has worked with camera company Leica ever since last year's P9, giving it a serious edge over the likes of Apple's iPhone X and Samsung's Galaxy Note 8. It's also possible that PCE is just a dummy placeholder to hide its actual name of Huawei P11. The use of a trio of rear cameras hasn't really been seen before, so how the lenses would be configured - in terms of specifications like sensor setup and aperture size - is anyone's guess. 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. The Huawei P10 was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February, so keep your eyes out for more P11 info in the coming months.