This leaked marketing material for Huawei comes to us from Evan Blass who discovered it on a website owned by a digital artist who works at one of the company's creative agencies. Blass claims that the phone will feature a triple lens camera, and feature 40 megapixel sensor on the back. From the last couple of years, Huawei is holding the P-series launch event during the Mobile World Congress.
Reputed tipster Evan Blass has tweeted out several ads pertaining to this new Huawei "PCE" series.
As with other Huawei devices that have leveraged their partnership with Leica, the material indicates they'll be using the same "co-engineered with Leica" tagline in the advertisements. The lenses may not be the only trick that Huawei has up their sleeves, however, as the company has been targeting AI-based improvements for its cameras. Continuing its collaboration with Leica, the Huawei PCE is listed with a Pro Triple-lens Leica camera setup that's capable of producing 40MP image and has 5X Hybrid Zoom.
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Apart from the specs, the promo posters also reveal some key features or modes that the camera will get. The selfie camera image talks about a 24MP high resolution image for clear and sharp details.
We haven't heard much about the successor to the Huawei P10, but this information definitely makes it a device to keep an eye on. The phone will support a new Pro Night mode that can capture 100 percent more light and "shoot gorgeous night scenes without tripod". In fact, one of the leaked images specifically touts a "Pro AI camera assist feature", capable of things like "scene recognition" and "auto framing". 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.