The forthcoming Huawei P11 could feature a triple-lens camera, rumours suggest.
According to renowned mobile tipster Evan Blass, the move is part of the tech giant’s plans to take on the might of Apple and Samsung with a phone that will put imaging front and centre.
The P11, which isn’t due to launch until early next year, could have a 40-megapixel sensor and 5x hybrid zoom, plus a massive 24 megapixel front–facing shooter.
Huawei has worked with camera company Leica since last year’s P9, giving it a serious edge over the likes of Apple’s iPhone X and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8.
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It has also been reported that the Huawei P11 will feature a special ‘Pro Night mode’ and will use artificial intelligence (AI) to help with scene recognition and framing.
The P11 is likely to be one of 2018’s hottest smartphones, with a launch date expected around MWC in February.