The P10 is already a phone with a capable camera - it's got a dual lens 20- and 12-megapixel rear camera setup and 8-megapixel front camera - but if the rumors are true, the HuaweiP11 could get some serious upgrades.
Huawei has recently launched its Mate 10 series which has gained huge popularity after its launch.
Firstly, the name is shown as the Huawei PCE series which could be a new naming convention for its mainstream flagship or perhaps it's a new photography-centric series like ASUS ZenFone Zoom. While it's not clear how exactly Blass obtained these pictures, the fact that the images have since been removed from the source seems to suggest that the information is legitimate. In spite of the success, Huawei won't be resting on its oars next year, as a new leak has revealed key info about the next gen P-series.
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They speak of "pro triple-lens Leica rear cameras", a "pro selfie camera", a "pro night mode", and a "pro AI camera assist". Each of these images also share some details about the camera used for this upcoming Huawei smartphone. Devices with high MP lenses sometimes perform poorly in low-light conditions, so it's not always the best option.
The new Leica-branded optics of the main camera will capture 100% more light.
This year Huawei chose to make its flagship smartphone official at Mobile World Congress, which was a departure from what the company's done in the past few years when it favored standalone events in April. According to the ads the phone is apparently co-engineered by camera company, Leica. It's likely that the camera will function well, considering Huawei's partnership with a leader in camera technology, but we somehow doubt that it will provide huge improvements over high-end lenses now on the market.