Huawei finally revealed to the world yesterday their new P9 handset, and not just one but three variants. These are the standard model with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. Then there is the enhanced P9 with 4GB of RAM and double the storage, and finally, the P9 Plus with a pressure sensitive display like the iPhone 6s Plus.
While there are these slight differences between each variant, the cameras in each of these Huawei P9 models are almost-identical. We already knew that this new handset from Huawei was going to offer something extra special from its camera, especially with their partnership with Leica, and the Summarit lens will not disappoint.
While they do come with dual-lens each of these are different because both maybe 12-megapixel, but one offers colour RGB sensor, while the other features a monochrome sensor to deliver the best image possible.
The front-facing camera is different because while all three variants have the same 8-megapixel sensor, the P9 Plus model also offers autofocus, which means taking selfies is so much better. Full details of the camera features can be found on the Huawei website.
As for the Huawei P9 pricing, you will pay around £480 for the standard model, £520 for the 64GB version and £600 for the P9 Plus. It is worth pointing out that while these models will be released this month, the enchanted model – meaning the 64GB version – will not be coming to the UK.