Huawei has been working hard to change its image in the international market. With competition at an all-time high in the smartphone market, the company has left no stones unturned to make its handset business profitable.
In a short span of three months or so, the Chinese tech giant unveiled as many as 6 new devices into the market, and out of them the P8 remains its most charismatic handset.
Also today, and as rumoured earlier this month, the company is reportedly working on the legitimate successor to the P8 flagship handset.
As Android Headlines notes, the forthcoming smartphone from Huawei will be different than the P8. Notably, the handset will be curved and sport a fingerprint scanner on the rear back side.
Specs-wise, the P9 will have a 5.2-inch display, a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) feature and so on.
In addition, the phone is expected to feature a new chipset - the Kirin 950 - reportedly to be fabricated using TSMC's 16nm process.
Huawei has ambitious market expansion plans - with a big push planned for this year. The Chinese company is also committed to make India its next big market. The firm recently unveiled the Honor 4C and Honor Bee in India. Interestingly, the latter handset - Honor Bee - will be projected as ‘Made for India' handset.