If the latest leak is to be believed, Huawei is on the verge of a breakthrough in bringing insane camera specifications to smartphones. Now, some new marketing material has recently been leaked that indicates Huawei is positioning the next Huawei P-series devices (likely the Huawei P11) to show even more major improvements in the camera department.
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. There were four different images added to their online portfolio which advertises devices in the Huawei PCE Series. While it's not clear how exactly Blass obtained these pictures, the fact that the images have since been removed from the source seems to suggest that the information is legitimate. Moreover, the cameras may be once again co-engineered with photography company Leica.
They speak of "pro triple-lens Leica rear cameras", a "pro selfie camera", a "pro night mode", and a "pro AI camera assist".
We are speculating the case, but with this news, it sure looks like Huawei is going all out with the new smartphone.
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It's important to remember, however, that a higher megapixel camera doesn't always necessarily mean better performance. 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.
This year Huawei chose to make its flagship smartphone official at Mobile World Congress, which was a departure from what the company's done in the past few years when it favored standalone events in April.
As mentioned above, 40 MP for a camera can be useless depending on the size.
Currently, the Pixel 2 tops the DxOMark rank for the best mobile camera on the market.