New Huawei P9 dual camera may have been spotted


Huawei is slated to hold a press event on April 6th when the new Huawei P9 and several variants are expected to be announced. Rumors have already hinted at a device with two rear-facing cameras and the latest teaser image from Huawei continues to hint at this configuration. According to sources in China, the new Huawei P9, including both rear-facing cameras, was recently spotted in the hands of an executive while he was making a phone call.

The sources that spotted the phone managed to capture a couple pictures of the device. They appear to be consistent with rumors regarding the hardware that will be on board the smartphone. That includes not only the dual-camera setup, but also a laser auto-focus system and a fingerprint sensor located on the back of the device.

Huawei is currently the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world and they have publicly set their sights on Apple and Samsung. Overtaking those companies to sit atop the smartphone market will take some devices that capture the interest of buyers in a big way. Do you think a dual camera setup can do that?


via: phoneArena

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