Upcoming Huawei P11 to feature 40MP Tri-Camera Setup in the Rear

Upcoming Huawei P11 to feature 40MP Tri-Camera Setup in the Rear

While the date for Easter varies by year, it's generally not later than April, so it makes sense that if Huawei continued to announce its P-series phones in that month it would be hard to start sales before the holiday. And it turns out that the 2017 P-series launch in February was no one-off accident. Following the Pixel 2's score of 98 are the Huawei Mate 10 and iPhone X, both tied at 97.

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.

This could be a mask for the time being to cover the actual Huawei P11 branding of the device or it could also suggest Huawei launching a new camera-centric "PCE series" smartphone.

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The next P-series device could feature a 40 megapixel triple lens system with 5x hybrid zoom. The P10 is already a phone with a capable camera - it's got a dual lens 20- and 12-megapixel rear camera setup and 8-megapixel front camera - but if the rumors are true, the Huawei P11 could get some serious upgrades. In spite of the success, Huawei won't be resting on its oars next year, as a new leak has revealed key info about the next gen P-series. The setup will also be able to take selfie shots up to 24MP in resolution. It's also possible that PCE is just a dummy placeholder to hide its actual name of Huawei P11.

In another poster, there's a special Pro Night Mode, which claims to have a new sensor and optics to "capture 100 percent more light and shoot gorgeous night scenes without tripod".

The cameras will also take advantage of the AI Camera Assist feature that helps with scene recognition, auto framing, and mode suggestions for the best results.

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