The Huawei P11 will be the first smartphone to feature a triple-lens camera configuration, if a batch of promotional material prematurely shared by one of the firm’s creative agencies is to be believed.
It’s looking like the flagship P11 will tout a 40MP triple-lens camera, developed in partnership with German optics specialist Leica, complete with a five-times hybrid zoom. It should also sport a high-resolution 24-megapixel selfie shooter.
That’s only scratching the surface, though. The handset is tipped to feature an AI-powered imaging engine, capable of capturing “100% more light” in poorly-lit environments and processing images on a per-scene basis.
Here’s the photo as shared on Twitter by top mobile tipster Evan Blass, aka @evleaks.
Other notable purported internals include a 5.8-inch IPS ultra-tall screen (1,440 x 2,960 pixels) a 3GHz Kirin 970 octa-core processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable internal storage and a 3,200mAh battery.
Bruce Lee, Huawei’s VP of Smartphones, recently said that the firm will “probably” launch all future flagships at Mobile World Congress, so there’s a chance the P11 will be announced at the event, which will take place in late-February.
That seems even more likely when you consider that Huawei’s already commissioning promotional posters for the handset. If it was planning on launching it later in the year, it would likely hold back to prevent leaks (like this one).
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