Huawei P9 With Leica Dual 12MP Rear Camera Coming To India Next Month

Huawei’s latest flagship smartphone Huawei P9 will reportedly be launched in India as soon as possible. About Huawei P9 Plus we got no exact news, though.


According to sources, the company officials in response to a question on offline markets apparently confirmed that the Huawei P9 flagship will be hitting the shelves of Indian markets sooner than expected, by next month?

Huawei has launched two of its new smartphones, the P9 and P9 Plus back in April in the UK. The Chinese-manufacturer has been bragging about its dual 12-megapixel camera housed at the back, made in collaboration with highly acclaimed camera sensor maker Leica. With the P9 official now, the company is aiming at taking smartphone photography to the next level.

Other key specifications of the smartphone include a 5.2-inch full HD IPS display and runs on Android Marshmallow out-of-the-box with EMUI 4.1 skin on top. The P9 smartphone is powered by an Octa-Core Kirin 955 processor and comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage and also available with 4GB RAM plus 64GB of storage, which is further expandable via microSD card support.


Unfortunately, there’s no information on which of the two variants will go on sale in India. With 4G LTE connectivity, along with a fingerprint sensor, the Huawei P9 smartphone packs a 3000mAh battery which is a non-removable one and comes with USB Type-C port.


You may also like to check out the newly launched Huawei Honor 5C, which is now available exclusively on Flipkart India. Priced at Rs. 10,999 respectively.

Another report surfaced claiming that Huawei is working on its own OS for its mobile devices, and keep using Android as long as it’s open for everyone. With that said, Huawei is working to add new features to its EMUI custom OS, also planning to bring a visual overhaul to its own operating system. While the new Huawei’s Android OS interface is expected to sport features that are found on other Android-powered smartphones as well, but with Huawei’s own touch.

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