Huawei P11 To Feature Three Rear Cameras – All We Know So Far

Huawei is all set to launch its new camera-focused smartphone. Apparently, the Chinese company has partnered with Leica for the Huawei P11. The upcoming handset is expected to feature three cameras on the back which will help you capture high resolution (up to 40MP) pictures. The company has started teasing the upcoming handset. Read more to find about Huawei P11 Price in India, Specifications, and Features

Huawei P11

Price and Availability

As of now, there is no information about the Indian launch date and price of the Huawei P11.

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Specifications and Features

While there is no official information about the upcoming smartphone, several leaks have hinted at the three-camera system. As per latest rumors, the Huawei P11 will be able to capture 40MP images. The triple lens rear cameras system will be co-designed by Leica. Other highlights include 5X hybrid zooming and a 24MP front camera with ‘low light enhancement’.

Camera features might include a Pro Night Mode feature and Pro-AI camera assist (‘instant scene recognition’ and auto framing) features. The new Leica-branded rear camera module is said to capture 100 percent more light. Users will be able to capture professional looking images in low-light conditions too.

The upcoming handset is a successor to the company’s HTC P10 device. The P-series smartphone features dual camera setup (12MP + 20MP) on the back and an 8MP front camera.

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Huawei seems serious about the camera performance on its devices. Recently, the company launched Honor 9i with four cameras. The bezel-less smartphone is priced in India at Rs 17,999. Whereas the Huawei Mate 10 Pro came with high-end AI support. The smartphone uses company’s in-house Neural Processing Unit. It also features dual camera setup (12MP + 20MP) on the back.

The ads for the upcoming device feature ‘Huawei PCE Series’ branding. While this might be a placeholder for the real name (P11), the company might introduce a new line of smartphones. We will have to wait and see.

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