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Huawei president photographed with dual-camera handset; it looks like the Huawei P9

Huawei president photographed with dual-camera handset; it looks like the Huawei P9
Incredibly, it was back in October when labels leaked indicating that the Huawei P9 would contain a dual camera set-up. Since then, every subsequent leak confirmed that the phone would have two lenses on the back. Today, photographs out of China show a president of the manufacturer using a handset with dual cameras on the back. Could this be the P9?

We will know for sure when Huawei holds its next media event on April 6th. Invitations show a hashtag #oo used on the invite, which is a clue hinting about the dual camera set-up on back. A new series of teasers for the phone also uses the same hashtag #oo to promote the dual cameras that we should find on the back of all four P9 variations.

The image certainly matches what we've seen before, even down to the fingerprint scanner on the back. We expect to see four different versions of the phone. The Huawei P9 Lite will carry a 5-inch screen carrying a Snapdragon 650 SoC, 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. The Huawei P9 features a 5.2-inch display. The Kirin 950 SoC is under the hood with 3GB RAM/32GB ROM. A 5.8-inch display will be found on the Huawei P9, Special Enhanced version, which will be powered by the Kirin 955 chipset. 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM will come with the phone. Lastly, the Huawei P9 Max will carry a huge 6.8-inch display, and will also be powered by the Kirin 955 chipset. It features 4GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of ROM.

Richard Yu, chairman of Huawei Devices and CEO of Huawei's consumer business group, said last month that the company will pass Samsung and Apple over the next five years to become the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. Is this a realistic objective for Huawei?

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source: MyDrivers (translated)

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