New details about P11 devices make it clear that the Chinese manufacturer is not really planning to take the foot off the pedal
Curious news about Huawei Don't stop coming to us, this time with a particularly promising gospel from Twitter leaker Owen Blass, whose reputation has been going for a while now - implying that the next major flagship device from the Chinese manufacturer will contain a record number of three rear cameras.
Advertising posters for the future Huawei P11 released online as part of a work portfolio a few months before the scheduled launch date confirm that the company will continue its very successful collaboration with the prestigious German Leica brand - and declare very impressive photography capabilities תמונות The 40 megapixel resolution includes a hybrid zoom of up to 5, thanks to a "triple lens" system, which means using three different rear sensors.
We have no further technical details about this futuristic system, but we can try to guess, based on Huawei 's double - sensor applications from the past two years, that a three - camera array may include a standard main unit, a monochromatic unit that enables the creation of תמונות More craftsmanship as well as improved accuracy and detail in the main unit - and a third wide-angle shot, allowing for optical zoom-like effect and integration with the main unit for up to 40 megapixel super-resolution.
All of this may sound like a more marketing gimmick than anything else, but once we've received enough proof that two cameras can really be superior to one on smartphones - we won't rule out that in a high-quality, professional application, three different cameras can support each other and produce particularly high-quality results Investment.
We have no further details about the P11's critical capabilities (and the P11 Plus that will probably accompany it, as in previous generations) and its timing Huawei Plans to unveil it - but the fresh information we've undoubtedly bumped into one of the top spots on their smart device list is awaiting us, and we'll be sure to provide you with more information as soon as it finds its way to the network.