Huawei P11 will probably be announced at MWC 2018, exec says

Visitors walk past Huawei's booth during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain

Visitors walk past Huawei's booth during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain

Besides, from the time the Chinese manufacturer has partnered with Leica Huawei seems to be focused on improving and enhancing the camera quality in its smartphones. 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. Now new reports have surfaced online that Huawei may launch a photography-centric smartphone series in the coming weeks.

According to an image posted by Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter, the next gen Huawei P-series will come with Pro triple-lens Leica cameras with 40MP and 5x hybrid zoom. It will also feature a 24 megapixel front-facing camera, promising "clearer and sharper" selfies in low-light scenarios.

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.

As one of the early adopters of the recent dual-camera trend with the P9 in April of 2016, it makes sense that the company may be leading the charge with a trio of cameras in the Huawei P11. The lenses may not be the only trick that Huawei has up their sleeves, however, as the company has been targeting AI-based improvements for its cameras. Seeing as how low-light performance is still one of the more problematic areas for smartphone cameras, this is great news, provided it's true of course.

Huawei has launched so many high-end flagship devices and recently has launched Honor V10 in an event in Beijing. In spite of the success, Huawei won't be resting on its oars next year, as a new leak has revealed key info about the next gen P-series.

Currently, the Pixel 2 tops the DxOMark rank for the best mobile camera on the market.

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