The Huawei P9 is the company’s long-rumoured flagship smartphone that has already been leaked in images, gone through benchmarking websites, and confirmed to have a Leica camera, is set to launch on Wednesday. However, the leaks keep coming in – giving us a better idea of what the smartphone will feature and look like when it finally launches. This time the smartphone’s leaked press image has hit the Web giving us another clear look at its dual-rear camera setup and fingerprint sensor.
The alleged Huawei P9 press image shared by Mobilissimo website shows the smartphone [sporting a fingerprint sensor at the back-centre position, something we have seen in previous leaks. There is also a horizontal section across the sides featuring the dual-camera setup on one side and the lens branding – Leica, on the other – corroborating the official statement from last week.
The section appears similar to what we have already seen in Nexus 6P, the manufacturer of which was none other than Huawei. However, the whole section now seems flushed with the rest of the body and does not stick out. Laser autofocus and LED flash setup are also seen placed between the two cameras and the Leica branding.
At the bottom, an antenna band running across the edges is seen along with a ‘Huawei’ branding just above it.
The unannounced Huawei P9 is tipped to feature a 12-megapixel rear camera; Kirin 950 processor under the hood; 3GB of RAM; 32GB of inbuilt storage, and a 3900mAh battery. It is likely to come with a new version of the Emotion UI running on top of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The smartphone, as per the latest rumours and leaks, is said to arrive in different variants – the P9, P9 Lite, and P9 Max. The P9 Lite was also leaked in images recently.