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Images of the Huawei P9 leak revealing dual camera system and fingerprint scanner

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Images of the Huawei P9 leak revealing dual camera system and fingerprint scanner
Yesterday, we showed you a metal frame that allegedly belongs to the Huawei P9. Today, we have images purportedly of the whole phone to show you. The model, code named Eva, is one of four variations of the line that is expected to include the P9, P9 lite, P9 Max, and a special feature-enhanced version of the device. The latter will come with more RAM, increased storage, and a screen sized in between the P9 and P9 Max.

The leaked images confirm that there will be a dual lens camera system on the back of the P9. As far back as last October, pictures showing the rear label for the handset revealed that it would have more than one lens on the rear of the device. The 12MP rear snappers will allow users to change the focal point of pictures even after they have been processed. Today's leak also confirms that a rear-placed fingerprint scanner is on board.

The phone is believed to be equipped with the Kirin 950 SoC carrying an octa-core CPU and the Mali-T880 MP4 GPU. A 3900mAh battery is supposedly powering the device, which will offer 32GB of native storage. A USB Type-C connector can be found on the bottom of the unit. As for the P9 Max (or possibly the P9 Plus), we might see it driven by the Kirin 955 chipset, and contain 4GB of RAM.

The Huawei P9 should be unveiled sometime next quarter.


source: VentureBeat via AndroidCentral

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