Huawei P11 May Feature A Triple Lens Rear Camera

Huawei P11 May Feature A Triple Lens Rear Camera

The upcoming P-series device might feature some of the best camera hardware seen in a smartphone to date. The same company that co-engineered the cameras in the Huawei P10 and Huawei Mate 10.

Evan Blass was able to obtain some interesting ads that were posted by a digital artist with Huawei affiliation.

According to the Leaker Evan Blass, Huawei's P series will come with a triple-lens, 40 MP rear camera setup with 5x hybrid zoom.

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.

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However, this information should not be taken as a fact, since the ads are not officially out yet and the agency, from whose portfolio these ads were leaked, has now taken them down.

Blass claims that the "Huawei PCE Series" phone in question is the follow-up to the Huawei P10, assumed to be called the Huawei P11. There will be a 24MP front-facing camera as well. Moreover, Pro Night Mode will ensure you "shoot gorgeous night scenes" without a tripod. Then there is Pro AI camera assist which will be capable of doing things like automatic "scene recognition" and "auto framing" and the details on the poster state that it will help users in capture every moment effortlessly.

Huawei has worked with camera company Leica ever since last year's P9, giving it a serious edge over the likes of Apple's iPhone X and Samsung's Galaxy Note 8. There are four different parts of the "PCE-series" ad, each featuring a different aspect of the device's cameras and software.

So expect the Huawei P11 to "probably" become official at Mobile World Congress 2018.

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