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Huawei Could Add A Triple Camera To P-Series in 2018

07 December 2017, 07:02 | Kevin Scott

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There were four different images added to their online portfolio which advertises devices in the Huawei PCE Series. Following the Pixel 2's score of 98 are the Huawei Mate 10 and iPhone X, both tied at 97. 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.

The ads were posted by known mobile tipster Evan Blass, who claims they're from a creative agency that works with Huawei. In a tweet published earlier today, which you can see below, it was suggested that the next device in Huawei's P series could house a triple-lens, 40 MP rear camera setup with 5x hybrid zoom and a 24 MP selfie camera. Huawei declined to comment on the ads.

Huawei has not revealed any information regarding this phone. There will be a 24MP front-facing camera as well. As always, Leica will be continuing to co-develop the cameras on the Huawei flagship smartphones.

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The ads also point to a "Pro Night Mode" feature and AI integrations.

It has also been reported that the Huawei P11 will pack a special "Pro Night mode", as well as using artificial intelligence (AI) to help with scene recognition and framing. We don't know what this entails exactly, but it is possible that Huawei's AI-powered tech might be capable of processing images on a per-scene basis, depending on what you're photographing, by cross-referencing your shot to a pre-existing database of other images and applying suitable changes automatically. According to Lee, the company is expected to launch all future flagships at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in February-end next year.



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