In a crowded market of premium smartphones, Chinese electronic pioneer, Huawei, seeks attention with the exclusive camera features of the P9 and P9 Plus. Being recently released in the UK, both the handsets will be available in different parts of the region on April 16 starting at $600.
Consumers around the world love to take pictures on their smartphones, making photography critical to user experience. The P9 and P9 Plus are capable of taking snapshots with maximum clarity, authenticity and richness. The good news is the Chinese manufacturer sought support from Laica, the world’s leader in imaging for almost 100 years.
The partnership between the two companies is expected to bring the best camera AG in Huawei’s latest P series. Its attempt to create the best dual-lens camera will take Huawei’s next ventures, P9’s and P9 Plus’s photography, to the next level.
With regard to this, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Buisness Group said, “Huawei is excited to give P9 users the best smartphone photography experience by leveraging the unrivalled capabilities of Leica.” The newer technology in the phones will allow users to take vivid pictures and also capture shots in black and white.
According to Financial Express, the P9 and P9 Plus are priced at 599 pounds (US$846) and 749 pounds (US$1058), respectively. The company has not mentioned when it will be available in India. US fans might feel disappointed since the smartphone will not launch there.
Next week, the P9 will release in different regions, such as, Greece, Germany, France, Italy. Lebanon,. Netherlands, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic, Italy, Denmark, Egypt, Switzerland, United Emirates and UK, states PC Advisor.
Considering features of the two devices, the P9 offers a 5.2-inch FHD, 2.5D glass screen, a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera with a battery power at 3,000mAH. On the other hand, the P9 Plus has a slightly larger screen featuring 5.5” FHD, 2.5D glass. It has Android 6.0 software and has rear 12MP camera along with an 8MP front camera, notes Venture Beat.
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