Huawei P9 Coming On April 9: Specs, Images And More [Rumor Roundup]

    Huawei's current flagship smartphone the Huawei P8 has been a great smartphone and now there is are talk about the company's future flagship Huawei P9. The Chinese smartphone makers have recently announced a partnership with the famous German camera brand, for high-end image quality in its next flagship.

    Huawei P9 Coming On April 9: Specs, Images And More [Rumor Roundup]

    The smartphone has been featured extensively in various leaks over the past few months. Now live photos of the smartphone has been leaked online. Rumors surrounding the Huawei next flagship are growing ahead of its official presentation.

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    According to the latest leaked images, the Huawei P9 seems to have a dual-camera setup at the back with LED flash and possible laser autofocus. Well, we have jotted down all the latest rumors and specifications of the Huawei P9. Take a look at the slider below to know more.


    The Huawei P9 is likely to feature a 5.3 inch Full HD display similar to the Huawei P8 with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.



    Rumors suggest that Huawei P9 to be powered by new Kirin 950 processor, a chip that Huawei itself is developing. Meanwhile, leaked benchmarks suggest that the Huawei chipset is faster than Samsung's powerful Exynos 7420.


    The smartphone is expected to come with 4GB of RAM and will run on its very own user interface EMUI software based on Android OS.


    According to leaked images, the smartphone to comes with dual camera setup on the back, feature 16-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization.


    Huawei has recently sent out invitations for their April 9 event in London. However, the teaser did not mention the name of the device, but the invitation hints a dual camera in the image.


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