P8 Huawei officially debuted six months ago and it is natural that the manufacturer is already working on its successor. We have already seen some initial and interesting information about the device. The premiere will take place sooner than we expect?
Huawei P8 is one of the best flagowców this year, at least according to EISA, and probably some of you. However, since its release it had been half a year, so work on its successor is already underway, hence the network appeared the first rumors about it. First, some basic information. Most likely, P9 Huawei will offer a display very similar to its predecessor, which we have to deal with a 5.2-inch display, on which Android Marshmallow (because what else?) Will be displayed in Full HD (1920×1080). In my opinion this is a very good solution, mainly because of the CPU, which will be the heart of P9. This smartphone has since operated under the control of the individual author Huawei, Kirin 950. Admittedly, as shown by the first tests of synthetic processor will be really efficient, but the layout will remain far behind (this will only quad-core Mali-T880), so we place on ,, old good Full HD 'is the optimal solution. Of course, in the spirit of the time a potential user will have a 4GB of RAM and a fingerprint reader. looks most interesting, however, issue a camera, and actually hearing. With Mobipicker we know that most likely Huawei P9 will be equipped with two main cameras. One of them is to have 16 megapixels, and at the other, nothing is known – it will likely solution like in Honour 6 plus, but anything is possible. Maybe it will be a true dual camera, similar to the front LG V10? Time will tell. In any case, the whole is to be supported with optical image stabilization and autofocus laser, so photo features of the device rather not have to worry about. Huawei may appear at the end of this year (specifically before Christmas – as you can see acceleration premiere is now in vogue) in two versions, ie. Deluxe and LTE, but it is not known what they would be different. Maybe one of them will be based on Snapdragonie 820?