Huawei is expected to unveil its much-awaited smartphone in an event in London this coming April 6. Details about the upcoming reveal of the Huawei P9 came from a leaked image and was then confirmed after supposed serial leaker Evan Blass posted the same information on Twitter, according to PCAdvisor.
Huawei P9 will ?change the way you see the world?
Huawei may not have shown the P9 at the previous Mobile World Congress but the tech company were able to make it up by giving out invites to the press with a ?save the date? invite for April 6th that will definitely ?change the way you see the world,? GSMArena reported.
In the leaked image, the supposed invite also had an interesting #OO hashtag that could indicate Huawei P9 featuring a dual camera setup, the same as the reported feature of the iPhone 7.
VentureBeat reported that Huawei first welcomed the new dual-camera, dual lens arrangement in the Honor 6 Plus but now it?s planning to spread out and share the pair of 12-megapixel camera and Leica-made lenses first with the P-series family.
Huawei is expected to launch four versions of the P9 with the central model having a 5.2-inch screen, a Kirin 950 chipset and a Mali-T880 GPU with 3GB of RAM, VentureBeat shared. The upcoming smartphone will run on the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 with a battery capacity of 3900mAh.
Taking a look at the Huawei P9 connectivity-wise, the tech company is reported to include its first reversible USB Type-C connector to the P9 as well as a fingerprint reader on the backside which is similar to the 2014 Mate7, VentureBeat shared.
Details about the Huawei P9 may still be rumors as of the moment but according to the Verge, the tech company is confident about its devices and being established as the number three smartphone vendor in the world.