New Honor 9 leaked image shows no rear fingerprint scanner

The phone is expected to launch by the end of June

    We already know that Huawei is all set to launch the much-anticipated Honor 9 by the end of next month. The expected dates are June 21, June 22 and June 27. As usual, quite a lot of rumors and leaks surrounding its specs and features have been flooding the internet lately.

    New Honor 9 leaked image shows no rear fingerprint scanner

    Now, a picture of a guy holding the alleged Honor 9 has surfaced online. This photo was recently posted by a user on the Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. Unfortunately, we can only see the rear part of the device. However, we have come to know a couple of things from this leaked image. Firstly, there are two cameras placed side by side on its back.

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    This doesn't really surprise us as previous rumors had also suggested the same. The rear dual camera setup on the Honor 9 is tipped to be consisting of 20MP + 12MP sensors.

    The second thing we noticed is the absence of a fingerprint scanner. Up until now, most of the leaks hinted that the Honor 9 will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

    New Honor 9 leaked image shows no rear fingerprint scanner

    Since the phablet is unlikely to feature a physical home button, the biometric Touch ID should be embedded underneath the display. We are not denying the possibility of a physical home button that will double function as a fingerprint sensor.

    Of course, this image may turn out be false, so you better take this leak with a pinch of salt. In any case, more rumors about the Honor 9 will continue to pour in until the official launch.


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