Huawei P11 May Feature A Triple Lens Rear Camera

Next Huawei P-series camera could top the Pixel 2 and iPhone X

The next Huawei P-series flagship might get 3 cameras at the rear

Bruce Lee, Huawei's VP of Smartphones, recently said that the firm will "probably" launch all future flagships at Mobile World Congress, so there's a chance the P11 will be announced at the event, which will take place in late-February. 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.

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 cameras in phones keep getting better and better - but the next Huawei P-series phone sounds like it.

Adding fuel to the fire, Blass says the images have now been removed from the source, which is generally an indication that the information is legit.

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As with other Huawei devices that have leveraged their partnership with Leica, the material indicates they'll be using the same "co-engineered with Leica" tagline in the advertisements. Yes, three lenses on the back, 40MP resolution, 5x zoom, and a 24MP front-facing camera to boot.

We are speculating the case, but with this news, it sure looks like Huawei is going all out with the new smartphone.

The new Leica-branded optics of the main camera will capture 100% more light. It is true that Huawei has yet to offer something unique that will drive sales in a Western market, but will this trio of cameras actually be enough? It's likely that the camera will function well, considering Huawei's partnership with a leader in camera technology, but we somehow doubt that it will provide huge improvements over high-end lenses now on the market.

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