Upcoming Huawei P9 flagship to feature dual-sensor rear camera
Over the years, Chinese OEM Huawei has maintained some high level of profiling upon its “P” line of handsets. Albeit taking clues from Samsung and Apple flagships in terms of design sometimes, smartphones from the “P” series usually come with their own type of software called Emotion UI. Emotion UI is a deep customization of Google’s Android OS which leaves the outcome at a more exciting and unique level. The UI features beautiful lock screens as well as some great features that not found on the original Android platform.
The next product from the flagship series will be known as Huawei P9 and is expected to be running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Huawei’s new Emotion 3.5 or 4.0 UI afloat. According to recent reports, we are going to have two Huawei versions in this generation: the Huawei P9 LTE and Huawei P9 Deluxe.
One of the most interesting features on both handsets is that Huawei is planning to use two sensors for the back camera. Although two sensors aren’t exactly new on deck, Huawei’s formula interestingly seems to employ two equal-sized sensors like the front camera on the LG V10 and rather unlike the back camera unit found on the HTC One M8.
For now, there’s no information on the size of megapixels that the cameras will have but we were told that the P9 will also feature a fingerprint scanner. The launch date of the upcoming Huawei flagship is still a mystery as well.
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